OTHER WORDS FROM RenardRen·ard·ine [ren-er-din, -deen], /ˈrɛn ər dɪn, -ˌdin/, adjective
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It can be difficult to learn new things, but with Renard’s teaching methods you are guaranteed to learn easily and quickly.Take your programming, electronics, and robotics to the next level|Quinn Gawronski|June 25, 2021|Popular-Science
The skepticism about the state on display in Renard’s comments — a “deep and sometimes totalizing sense of political alienation,” as Lerman and Weaver put it — shapes the way people touched by the system act.
And according to Renard, Balzac distinguishes two classes of writers: the writers of ideas and the writers of images.Rhetoric and Poetry in the Renaissance|Donald Lemen Clark
"Le Renard Subtil does not eat," he said, using the appellation he had found most flattering to the vanity of the Indian.
Le Renard is too brave to remember the hurts received in war, or the hands that gave them.
"Here is some confusion in names between us, Le Renard," said Duncan, hoping to provoke a discussion.
Does not Renard mean to turn like a fox on his footsteps, and to carry to the rich and gray-headed Scotchman his daughters?