bourbon

[ boo r-buh n, bawr-, bohr- or, French, boor-bawn for 1–3; bur-buh n for 4 or occasionally for 3 ]SEE DEFINITION OF bourbon
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You will do well to go to Bourbon until my return from Flanders.

Such was the farewell of their subjects to the House of Bourbon.

Antony of Bourbon, who had married the queen, was a Frenchman.

Antony of Bourbon headed an army of the Catholics to besiege the city.

In the midst of this state of things the old Cardinal of Bourbon died.

Such was the beginning of the dynasty of the Bourbon in Spain.

Is this an English plot, or is there a Bourbon element in it?'

The speech of the Cardinal of Bourbon was especially important.

So we are safe; for there is no woman in France would betray Henry of Bourbon!

A divine right (if any) is here granted to both—to the Bourbon, and to the Corsican.

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