recherché

[ ruh-shair-shey, ruh-shair-shey; French ruh-sher-shey ]SEE DEFINITION OF recherché

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECHERCHÉ

I do not know what 'recherche' is, but that is what these donkeys were, anyhow.

They were the best we had found any where, and the most 'recherche'.

We had now altogether lost sight of the Archipelago of the Recherche.

Washington is the hot-bed of gayety, and general headquarters for the recherche business.

I have just returned from a polite and recherche party here.

The Recherche de la Vrit (1674-75) was admirably written and was widely read.

The refreshments and the supper, both of the most recherche description, were supplied by Mr. Wilson, of this city.

A similar effect is produced in one of Balzac's finest stories, the 'Recherche de l'Absolu.'

From the literary point of view the Recherche is one of the most considerable books of the philosophical class ever produced.

I talked scandal, and was never abashed—that was more than enough to make me recherche among the matrons of the other.

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