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The duke of Brunswick, who had received no orders to retreat, was compelled, _bongre-malgre_, to hazard another engagement with the
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_bongre malgre_, became the father of the sturdy fellow, whose appearance had so much surprised her husband.
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reesetee commented on the word bongre
With good will; agreeably. According to Foyle, the word is pronounced "BON-gray" and is derived from the French de bon gre, "of good will."
July 31, 2008
chained_bear commented on the word bongre
Is this what Ben-Gay is made of? Hmm...
Only if it's well-meaning.
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