riviere

[ riv-ee-air, ri-vyair; French ree-vyer ]SEE DEFINITION OF riviere
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RIVIERE

He was busy writing, when young Riviere first presented himself.

Young Riviere inquired what ground of offence they had given HIM.

Riviere smiled sadly, but consented to deign to eat a morsel in the porch.

Rose raised the coat which Riviere, in spite of Dard, had flung over his foot.

Here Riviere interrupted him, and asked if it was really true about the beans.

Riviere could do good work when he took pains; but he was unequal and uncertain.

Villona and Riviere were the noisiest, but all the men were excited.

Out of the lake flows the Riviere de François, over rocks of considerable height.

I called two or three times, and Riviere at last exclaimed: Damn the thing; what do you want for it?

Bedford was more reliable than Riviere, who could bind well, if he liked; but he sometimes left too much to subordinates.

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