noun, plural pro·jets [proh-zheyz; French praw-zhe] /proʊˈʒeɪz; French prɔˈʒɛ/.
Origin of projet
Examples from the Web for projet
See a report on this projet of the treaty, made by Mr. Madison, July 17, 1782.
Fouquet's answer to Séguier, during the examination on the "projet," was much admired, and repeated out-of-doors.
A copy of my communication to the Senate embracing this "projet" is herewith communicated.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents: Polk|Compiled by James D. Richardson
England laid the projet of a treaty before them, to which all but France assented.
This done, the next step was to call for the projet of a treaty.The Life of Albert Gallatin|Henry Adams