esprit

[ e-spree ]SEE DEFINITION OF esprit

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ESPRIT

Esprit de classe—if one may coin the phrase—was strong in Mrs. Munt.

Esprit enough for a dozen reviewers and fifty fashionable novelists.

That would have to come first: the Esprit de Corps of the Poor.

That is "esprit de corp." We had a pretty good time in this village.

Her Ladyship, for an esprit fort, is the greatest coward that I ever saw.

There's no satiety In your society With the variety Of your esprit.

There is a superabundance of sentiment, some affectation, and plenty of esprit.

It had little in common with the famous centers of conversation and esprit.

Mme. de Genlis tells us that she has a great deal of esprit.

There was a certain satisfaction—an esprit de diablerie—which amused her.

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