How to use Scarron in a sentence
She was married first at the age of sixteen to the legless and lecherous writer Paul Scarron.
Madame Scarron was then thirty-four, in the pride of womanly grace and dignity, with rare intellectual gifts and accomplishments.Beacon Lights of History, Volume VII | John Lord
No woman before or after her ever exerted so great an influence on the fortunes of a kingdom as did the widow of the poet Scarron.Beacon Lights of History, Volume VII | John Lord
Though Scarron wrote comedies, he had not patience to study the rules of dramatic poetry.The Book of Curiosities | I. Platts
Scarron now became more decent in his manners and conversation; and his gaiety was thus more agreeable.The Book of Curiosities | I. Platts
Her first husband was the poet Scarron, at whose death, after a marriage of nine years, she had found herself in poverty.
British Dictionary definitions for Scarron
Paul (pɔl). 1610–60, French comic dramatist and novelist, noted particularly for his picaresque novel Le Roman comique (1651–57)
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