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He had felt as if he were apart, even almost as if he were de trop.
"Can't you see that you are de trop," I said sharply to her.
"Then I am de trop," said Mr. Elliot, smoothing out his gloves.
And then Archie joined them: he would not be de trop there, he knew.
The Establishment has no use for him—he is de trop, or as we might say, a drop too much.
There are moments in girls' lives when even a father is de trop.
"Send me away if I am de trop," he said, clasping his plump hands.
I am going to my studio; I should have remembered that husbands are often de trop.
We are de trop, my dear, let us leave the young people together.
I felt that I was de trop and found some excuse for leaving them.