noun, plural Sa·voy·ards [suh-voi-erdz, sav-oi-ahrdz; French sa-vwa-yar]. /səˈvɔɪ ərdz, ˌsæv ɔɪˈɑrdz; French sa vwaˈyar/.
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Example sentences from the Web for Savoyard
The government of this little Savoyard state became substantially like that which existed among the Swiss cantons.Beacon Lights of History, Volume VI|John Lord
Savoyard shows his teeth—considers—stretches himself on the grass—plays with the mice—and answers volubly.
The Savoyard's face brightens—he looks happy: the mice run from the grave into his bosom.
I stood before the fine tomb with its fine epitaph; the Savoyard looked at me wistfully.
I regained the entrance to the churchyard—I looked back—there sate the Savoyard, still amidst men's graves, but under God's sky.