noun, plural trou·veurs [troo-vurz; French troo-vœr]. /truˈvɜrz; French truˈvœr/.
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The buoyant and elastic temper of the French trouveur was spiritualized in the Welsh singers by a more refined poetic feeling.History of the English People, Volume II (of 8)|John Richard Green
The main outline of the story of Jean le Trouveur is soon told, and has no great novelty.
I keep to the popular version: Jean le Trouveur was sent to heaven by the stratagems of the demon himself.
But Jean le Trouvé, now le Trouveur, is in no want of substitutes.