noun, plural roq·ue·laures [rok-uh-lawrz, -lohrz; French rawkuh-lawr] /ˈrɒk əˌlɔrz, -ˌloʊrz; French rɔkəˈlɔr/.
Origin of roquelaure
Examples from the Web for roquelaure
To root out a Roquelaure, a Triboulet, or a Brummel, is almost impossible.The Man Who Laughs|Victor Hugo
The man did so; I went out and purchased a roquelaure, which enveloped my whole person.
So saying, I threw off my roquelaure, and desired him to proceed.
Remember that Roquelaure joyously threw himself on the neck of a man who seemed to him even uglier than himself.My Neighbor Raymond (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XI)|Charles Paul de Kock
He used to wear a roquelaure, beneath which appeared a pair of thin legs encased in dirty silk stockings.Curiosities of Impecuniosity|H. G. Somerville