[ soo-flaw ]
/ suˈflɔ /
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Jacques Ger·main [zhahk zher-man], /ʒɑk ʒɛrˈmɛ̃/, 1713–80, French architect.
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Words nearby Soufflot
soubriquet, soucar, souchong, Soudan, souffle, Soufflot, Soufrière, sough, sought, sought-after, souk
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How to use Soufflot in a sentence
Lupin strolled along the rue Soufflot, and turned into the rue Saint Jacques.The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsene Lupin, Gentleman-Burglar|Maurice Leblanc
No. 23, designed by Soufflot le Romain in 1775 as a private mansion, became later the dpt of the famous Aubusson tapistry.Historic Paris|Jetta S. Wolff
M. Mouillard talked only on indifferent subjects during our brief walk from the Rue Soufflot to catch the omnibus at the Odeon.The Ink-Stain, Complete|Rene Bazin
Paris breathed again; but poor Soufflot, in despair, could not survive so many tragic emotions.Nooks and Corners of Old Paris|Georges Cain
In 1771, the statues above the great west doors disappeared when Soufflot began his evil work of widening them.The Churches of Paris|S. Sophia Beale