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A talented cartoonist, distinguished practical joker, and recognized as one of the kings of bon mot, he led a free and easy life.
REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE
This style of the decadence is the "dernier mot" of Verbe, summoned to express all and to venture to the very extremes.
A joke, a banter, a bon-mot, make more impression upon the man of the world than all the grave notions of his religion.
So Macklin subsided; and Thyrsis learned afterwards that his remark was going the rounds, being considered to be a mot.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
The "sire," fell on the ears of Madame Chalice like a mot in a play; but Valmond, living up to his part, was grave and solicitous.
This again united with the wind, and Mot was the result, also called Ilus; from this sprung the seed of Creation.
A bon-mot of one of the Townsends is recorded, on his taking his seat.
His mot has been mothered on Madame de Svign, for she, too, took neither to Racine nor to coffee.
All the—passez-moi le mot—devilry between the sexes begins at their separation.
Nu enne ef eani mot nedlunge habben hit loki hit namon ne eili ne ne hearmi ne hire oht ne beo nawiht ron ifestnet.

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