Distingué—Distinguished; eminent; gentlemanlike.

He was consumed with a deadly jealousy of his fame, and thought it no use fighting in company with him, as Marlborough would be sure to get all the honours.

But the princess, if she did not again thank him in words, thanked him with the whole expression of her face, radiant with gratitude and tenderness. “Going on?” Pierre exclaimed. In the debate, which probably took place not merely before the ephors and the senate but before the assembled citizens besides, Lysander warmly seconded his pretensions. For wisdom cries out in the streets, and no man regards it. 1 Henry IV., i. He signed a Commission appointing Tweeddale its head, and sent it down with all haste to Edinburgh.

In this second part I go hand in hand with my painter; but fall very short of him in the first and the better, my power of handling not being such, that I dare to offer at a rich piece, finely polished, and set off according to art. The atom may be taken materially, but it is supersensuous, purely intellectual. Beau monde—The fashionable world.


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