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  • Permit me, monsieur, permit me, _monsieur le curé_, to testify if necessary that you are entirely guiltless of the death. "

    Ringfield A Novel

  • Croque monsieur is (essentially, but perhaps not officially) french for “grilled ham and cheese sandwich.”

    Croque Madame | Baking Bites

  • He was referred to as monsieur le Contrôleur Boullé.

    Champlain's Dream

  • â⠂ ¬Å That, monsieur, is none of your business, â⠂ ¬Â? he said, smiling.

    Interlude 2 – The Revenge Chapters 12 – 13

  • "But monsieur is no condition to be moved, is he, Ralph?" said Madame Delmare hastily.

    Indiana

  • And she calls monsieur something still worse, which I would not like to repeat.

    The Malady of the Century

  • According to this report, Lacheneur -- he no longer said "monsieur" -- was unquestionably a rascal; the complete surrender of Sairmeuse was only

    The Honor of the Name

  • Dagmar was elected, and — in short, monsieur, I am a man of the world and I saw, accepted, and disregarded l’affaire Candour.

    Death in Ecstasy

  • In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries the nobility of southern Italy and Sicily employed a monsù, a monsieur, that is, to do their cooking.

    Delizia!

  • “Oh, monsieur, that is quite a long story; he was a horrible man, from the galleys — —”

    Scenes from a Courtesan's Life

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