Thesaurus / gascon
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My master presently saw this, and, collecting himself, turned to the amazed Gascon.

The partisans of Monmouth, picturesquely grouped, surrounded the Gascon.

She had, in fact, shown herself in a new light, which overthrew all the Gascon's suppositions.

As Buchanan was somewhat given to hilarity and loved the flavor of Gascon wines, this city probably had its attractions for him.

It was his mother-tongue; and though he was often expostulated with for using it, he never forsook the Gascon.

He was a pleasant man, somewhat in the Gascon style, soft-spoken, and an expert gamester.

The Memoires of Casanova, CompleteJacques Casanova de Seingalt

I had nearly given him a taste of my sword as it was, only some Gascon rogue caught my arm, and he was off ere I could get free.

The Caged LionCharlotte M. Yonge

The restless spirit of the Gascon abhors the idea of repose.

The Gascon begged in vain to be allowed to follow the bull-drivers.

Kincaid's BatteryGeorge W. Cable

I think she is Gascon, and the very opposite of the fair Saxon type we ought to admire at home.

WORDS RELATED TO GASCON

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.