Madiou (fils) describes the mutual cruelties of the French and natives.
He was a gentleman, a fils de famille, of the English aristocracy.
He could say “mon fils,” just as he could say (with equal veracity) “mon automobile.”
Oh, mon fils, thou wilt write often, and I must know all the news.
Dumas fils, Ibsen, Brieux prove the truth of this statement.
With a sigh he concluded: "The dinners I have eaten under that roof, mon fils!"
Dumas fils was then twenty-six years of age, and she calls him "my son."
Mon fils en allant en Angleterre pourrait passer par chez vous et vous donner des nouvelles de Paris.
Berteil père was mollified, if sadly disillusionised, by this ocular demonstration of pluck on the part of Berteil fils.
His chief dramas, the Fils naturel and the Pre de famille, are certainly not great successes; the shorter plays, Est-il bon?