In the mots rayonnants, the mots de lumière, he is sadly deficient.
One of the party put a horn to his lips and sounded a couple of mots.
His mots were repeated, his vaudevilles applauded, his feuilletons adored.
It was stated that she furnished her uncle with the finest of his mots.
There are other mots of his on record, but their faces are suspiciously familiar.
Ces mots sinscrivent ordinairement en tte de chaque volume dune bibliothque avec la signature du propritaire.
He affected singularity in dress and manners, and his mots were the talk of the day.
But the spectacle of Flaubert writing in mots justes a grand larkish extravaganza cannot be conjured up by fancy.
Her frocks and her mots,—it seems she's very clever, I hear, and says the most delightful things.
His Chekhovian mots and those little traits that astonish us by their neatness and appositeness, he often took direct from life.