[ re-noh ]
/ rɛˈnoʊ /
Paul [pawl], /pɔl/, 1878–1966, French statesman: premier 1940.
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How to use Reynaud in a sentence
It was the tomb of his old friend Dr. Reynaud, who had died in his arms in 1871, and under what circumstances!
That evening the village was ours, and the next day they placed in the cemetery of Villersexel the body of Dr. Reynaud.
Reynaud, Bechade, Gire & Co., which has very few points in common with those in general use.
Leonce Reynaud, of the French lighthouse service, has given their mean effective range as barely 550 yards.
British Dictionary definitions for Reynaud
Paul (pɔl). 1878–1966, French statesman: premier during the defeat of France by Germany (1940); later imprisoned by the Germans
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