noun, plural sous mar·qués [soo mahr-key or, for 2, -kee; French soo mar-key]. /ˈsu mɑrˈkeɪ or, for 2, -ˈki; French su marˈkeɪ/.
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What happens if an automaker offers him the chance to reinvent an iconic marque?
I believed my land-service commission would protect me, but I asked for the letter-of-marque as an additional safeguard.
The scheme was not impossible for any one holding a privateer's commission, and I applied to Mr. Yancey for a letter-of-marque.
That letters of marque should be issued to private individuals, empowering them to fit out vessels for the capture of slavers.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan
M. d'Infreville, justly incensed against me, had not left me a sou, and my mother and I became terribly poor.
The flowers are lovely; you can buy a big bunch of violets for a son, and sou is the peasant word for a halfpenny.Round the Wonderful World|G. E. Mitton