pinard

[ pee-nar; English pee-nahr ]

noun,plural pi·nards [pee-nar; English pee-nahrz]. /piˈnar; English piˈnɑrz/. French Informal.

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How to use pinard in a sentence

  • I have returned with the living, singing, greedy of life,—a bed of hay paradise and a can of pinard the ecstasy of forgetfulness.

    The Wasted Generation | Owen Johnson
  • Just then pinard glided in at the door and came up to Queen Catherine, slipping in like an eel, close to the wall.

  • "pinard has disturbed your mind, Robertet," said the Cardinal sternly.

  • And to think they had slept several months over this precious pinard without knowing it!

    A Blue Devil of France | G. P. Capart
  • No one knows where the poilu slang word "pinard" came from, but everyone knows what it means.

    "I was there" | C. LeRoy Baldridge