[ proh-vuh n-sahl, prov-uh n-; French praw-vahn-sal ]SEE DEFINITION OF provencals
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Then why did you not depart on learning that Clement and the Provencals have fled?

But the Provencals, That were his foes, have little cause for mirth.

In the market square the Provencals had made such another massacre as they had perpetrated in Alba.

The Provencals, streaming like smoke blown from a fire by a boisterous wind, were hurled in rout upon the water.

In a corner where he had dropped it, there lay a silken banderol belonging to a man-at-arms of Anjou's Provencals.

In 1347 the Provencals made her swear, on the gospel, that she would sell none of her sovereignties.

There seemed, he said, to be nothing disingenuous in the silence of the Provencals as to Jasmin's poems.