Tocqueville

[tohk-vil, tok-; French tawk-veel]
noun
  1. A·lex·is Charles Hen·ri Mau·rice Clé·rel de [a-lek-see sharl ahn-ree maw-rees kley-rel duh] /a lɛkˈsi ˈʃarl ɑ̃ˈri mɔˈris kleɪˈrɛl də/, 1805–59, French statesman and author.
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Tocqueville

noun
  1. Alexis Charles Henri Maurice Clérel de (alɛksi ʃarl ɑ̃ri mɔris klerɛl də). 1805–59, French politician and political writer. His chief works are De la Démocratie en Amérique (1835–40) and L'Ancien régime et la révolution (1856)
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