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If she is so distingue in rather less than ordinary dress, what would she be in a Parisian costume?
MUSIC-STUDY IN GERMANYAMY FAY
Ayant flair, il distingue hardiment entre un opportuniste et un radical.
INSTIGATIONSEZRA POUND
Recevez en attendant l'expression de ces sentiments, avec l'assurance de la considration le plus distingue.
THE LIFE OF THOMAS, LORD COCHRANE, TENTH EARL OF DUNDONALD, VOL. IITHOMAS LORD COCHRANE
What Huysmans called the maigreur distingue of youth is a characteristic of this church.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
He was so distingue, carried himself so loftily, and yet was so gallantly condescending, and so inimitably fascinating.
THE FATAL GLOVECLARA AUGUSTA JONES TRASK
The toilette superbe requires only cost—a toilette distingue demands care.
HELENMARIA EDGEWORTH
There was a distingue air about Sir Oswald, an old-fashioned courtly dignity, which never for one moment left him.
LOVE WORKS WONDERSCHARLOTTE M. BRAME
Faire le bien, connatre le vrai, voil ce qui distingue un homme dun autre; le reste nest rien.
THE STORY OF MY LIFE, VOLUMES 4-6AUGUSTUS J. C. HARE
So much for the nuptials of Hortense and Charley; they were, as one paper pronounced them, "up to date and distingue."
LADY BALTIMOREOWEN WISTER
Beaumarchais said wittily, "Boire sans soif et faire l'amour en tout temps, c'est ce que distingue l'homme de la bte."
HUMAN ANIMALSFRANK HAMEL
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