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Roussel

[roo-sel]
noun
  1. Al·bert (Charles Paul Ma·ri) [al-ber sharl pawl ma-ree] /alˈbɛr ʃarl pɔl maˈri/, 1869–1937, French composer.
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Historical Examples

  • The whole of the people had departed, and Roussel was the last to leave the meeting.

    The Huguenots in France

    Samuel Smiles.

  • The two friends engaged in conversation, and Roussel forgot his malady.

    Hints to Husbands

    George Morant

  • Pre Roussel, come to your soup; it only wants ten minutes to four!

  • Roussel patted Musa on the back and chattered to him fondly.

    The Lion's Share

    E. Arnold Bennett

  • He was named Roussel, and had been a professor of philosophy in the University of Paris.