[ yoor-suh-nahr ]
/ ˈyʊər səˌnɑr /
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Marguerite Marguerite Antoinette Jeanne Marie Ghislaine Cleenewerck de Crayencour, [krey-uhn-koor], /ˌkreɪ ənˈkʊər/, 1903–87, U.S. poet and novelist, born in Belgium.
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young thing, Young Turk, young'un, younker, your, Yourcenar, you're, you're telling me, you're welcome, your guess is as good as mine, yourn
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British Dictionary definitions for Yourcenar
/ (ˈjʊkənɑː) /
Marguerite, original name Marguerite de Crayencour . 1903–87, French novelist and writer, in the US from 1939; noted for her historical novels, esp Mémoires d'Hadrien (1952)
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