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He knew Lebel was a gallant and a gourmand, and he was anxious to please him in all senses at once.
MEMOIRS OF THE COMTESSE DU BARRYBARON ETIENNE LEON LAMOTHE-LANGON
"The most delicious pate de foie," urged Lawyer Ball, who was a regular gourmand.
EAST LYNNEMRS. HENRY WOOD
Here is a repast which Dame Nature pays for and which would satisfy, I am sure, the greatest gourmand.
When an ant has discovered any rich prey, far from enjoying it alone, like a gourmand, it invites all its companions to the feast.
THE INSECT WORLDLOUIS FIGUIER
And there, believe me, is one of the charms of travel, even to the man who is not a gourmand.
The modern gourmand, or artist, is a romanticist, whether he will or no.
THE FEASTS OF AUTOLYCUSELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
My relation was gourmand enough to have preferred eleven dishes of meat.
FOUR YEARS IN FRANCEHENRY DIGBY BESTE
The intelligent, artistic, refined man is a gourmet in love; the foolish and brutal man is a gourmand.
Chops and garlic à la Francaise are exquisite; and the saddle, cut learnedly, is the Elysium of a gourmand.
What was one woman lost to him, his egotism whispered; he had parted from many, as a gourmand leaves one meal for another.
THE STROLLERSFREDERIC S. ISHAM

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