chef-d'oeuvre

[ French she-dœ-vruh ]SEE DEFINITION OF chef-d'oeuvre

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I am going to show you the chef-d'oeuvre of Monrealese; yes, Excellence, his chef-d'oeuvre!

He said the portrait of Mrs Housman was Bell's chef-d'oeuvre.

He had the sensations of one who comes suddenly into the presence of a chef-d'oeuvre.

Miss Aynton's chef-d'oeuvre reminded him, it seems, of Jack-in-the-Green.

But the chef-d'oeuvre was the portrait of the Author himself.

Grattan's speech, indeed, deserved them; it was a chef-d'oeuvre.

I will reply, that I bought this carriage because I had the opportunity; it is a chef-d'oeuvre.

There is scarcely an instance of a musician producing his chef-d'oeuvre after the age of thirty.

This story of the two girls weeping, and filling Madame's bedroom with the noisiest lamentations, was Malicorne's chef-d'oeuvre.

The grisette from a certain point of view is the chef-d'oeuvre of Parisian industry; the bouquet of Parisian civilization.

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