abbés

[ a-bey, ab-ey; French a-bey ]SEE DEFINITION OF abbés

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The secret of the Lesbians was only employed, however, by the abbes and the castrata.

The Abbes and the Bishops and the priests are alike distrustful and hostile.

Although a man who frequents the society of abbes is not thought much more of than one who frequents the society of girls.

So that whan sche receyueth newe, sche moste restore the olde to the abbes.

The young Abbes had taken Care to engross them so, that there seemd to be no Possibility of coming near them.

The house in question had always been occupied by abbes, and it belonged to an old maid named Mademoiselle Gamard.

It would be impossible to find two figures which presented so many contrasts to each other as those of the two abbes.

Your friends the Abbes are well, and always speak of you with affection.

The fact is, he can not get out of it; he has met the two Abbes, twice running, at Ernestine's.

"Say frankly, monsieur, not to abbes who force contributions on the highway to carry on the war," retorted the Abbe Gudin.