Origin of perdu
Definition for perdu (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for perdu
The Perdu at this point—and even in his horror he noted it with surprise—was comparatively shallow.
Trilby was a name that had long lain perdu somewhere "at the back of du Maurier's head."George Du Maurier, the Satirist of the Victorians|T. Martin Wood
Of the dwellers about the Perdu none was more saturated with the magic of the place than Reuben Waugh, a boy of thirteen.
As he drew near the Perdu there appeared the giant blue heron, dropping to his perch in mid-water.
It would have been hard for Reuben to say just why he found the Perdu so attractive.