Thesaurus / angers


Montsoreau's first exploit at Angers deserves particular mention.

This point is that Angers belongs to the disagreeable class of old towns that have been, as the English say, "done up."

At Blois, at Angers, at Poitiers—the same massacres of our brothers.

He had, however, avoided committing this crime at Angers, where he held a high official position.

The Clique of GoldEmile Gaboriau

With the spring of a panther, he was on it, his angers at its throat, pinning it to earth.

Far to SeekMaud Diver

Angers is the headquarters for nursery-garden stock for the open air, as Orleans is for ornamental and woodland trees and shrubs.

When they came to the higher banks covered with dense scrub, Angers paused, and told Marie where they were.

Death softens all angers; even an enemy is no longer such when dead.

The Puppet CrownHarold MacGrath

At length she said: "Angers, take me to the river, and then on down, until we come to the high banks."

She had not miserably dragged her disillusions and her angers along the Chiaja.


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