concours

[ French kawn-koor; English kong-koo r ]SEE DEFINITION OF concours

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And then it is only every four years that there is a 'concours' for admission.

But, wicked as Caffie may be, I believe that I shall accept the concours that he offered me.

One morning we went to the Concours de Violons at the Conservatoire.

In 1809, the concours of Ypres celebrated a hero of the country.

The events which attracted the greatest interest were the Concours daddresse, and the pig-sticking.

You will see him ride better than any one else in the jumping contests at the Concours Hippique at Scheveningen.

In his eighteenth year he carried off the prize at the Concours with his model of Milo of Crotona.

I have a life-drawing “on the wall,” a composition sketch, and a “concours” study in oil.

Saniel passed the first proofs of his two 'concours' so brilliantly that the results of either were not doubtful.

A jury of children has been empanelled in Paris to decide which of the toys exhibited at the Concours Lupine is the most amusing.

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