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synonyms for trouvere

  • troubadour
  • balladeer
  • bard
  • jongleur
  • musician
  • poet
  • folk singer
  • lyric poet
  • minnesinger
  • street singer
  • trouveur
  • trouvère
  • trovatore
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How to use trouvere in a sentence

Goose-Skin runs after the trouvere, and imitating the gestures of the deaf-and-dumb, indicates that he pledges himself to silence.
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The trouvere walks rapidly towards the hedge, holding Florette by the hand.
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The trouvere re-enters the garden and speedily issues out of it with Florette, whom he has wrapped in his cloak.
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Foulques of Bercy, on his part, surprised at seeing the trouvere suddenly armed, remains for a moment in perplexity.
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The witnesses to the combat hurry to bring aid to the vanquished, and for an instant forget the trouvere.
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Walter Scott, the modern trouvere, was then giving a gigantic vogue to a kind of composition unjustly called secondary.
BALZACFREDERICK LAWTON
A troubadour or trouvere was a poet who sang his own compositions to his own music.
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(strikes him on the shoulder) Helloa, my bold and brave trouvere!
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All he had to do would be to inquire after the celebrated Mylio the Trouvere.
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Trouvere was the name given to certain "improvisers," or poets, of northern France.
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