Synonyms for merci

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Merci, as he fell back, had caused a rumour to be spread that he was making for the Danube.

Merci had, as usual, chosen his position with great judgment.

You must indeed have been sorely pressed, having Merci's whole force to contend with.

Merci on his part brought forward his main body to the village.

It is nothing but morals and gin; but, Dieu merci, they have not been at the theatre.

He went in and gave her an answer, for which he received a most earnest "Merci beaucoup."

“Merci,” he mumbled, using the French word for expressing thanks.

Natalya looked at him with friendly encouragement, and again said 'merci!'

"Merci du choix, Monsieur," said the Sylphide, making a curtsey.

The Clerk of the Court came to his feet with a startled "Merci!"

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MERCI

thank you

interjectionexpression of gratitude

thanked you

interjectionexpression of gratitude
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