[ suh-rel; French saw-rel ]
/ səˈrɛl; French sɔˈrɛl /
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Georges [zhawrzh], /ʒɔrʒ/, 1847–1922, French engineer and social philosopher.
a city in S Quebec, in E Canada, on the St. Lawrence.
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How to use Sorel in a sentence
With some labor, since the English is only a translucent, and not a transparent medium to Sorel, this is made clear.
Fortunately, M. Sorel can speak the English: he has learned it in making purchases for his table.
And Sorel instinctively lets his right arm hang limp, as if the sleeve were empty.
Curiosity, however, prompts Sorel at this point to an inquiry: "'Ow much 'e goin' pay 'im?"
M. Sorel must introduce him to those brave Frenchmen, his friends and neighbors; Mr. Fox must grasp them by the hand, one by one.
British Dictionary definitions for Sorel
/ (French sɔrɛl) /
Georges (Eugène) (ʒɔrʒ). 1847–1922, French social philosopher, who advocated revolutionary syndicalism and preached the creative role of violence and myth
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