victorine

[ vik-tuh-reen ]SEE DEFINITION OF victorine
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As they reached the first floor, noticing Pierre's emotion, Victorine smiled.

"Follow them, go and see what becomes of them," Victorine said to Pierre.

Just then, too, he had made Victorine whip some whites of eggs in water.

When her diamonds had been stolen Victorine and Francois left.

But Victorine has a fault dark and grievous in the British eye.

Victorine lays down her implements and places her hands on her hips.

It may prove a happy accident for Victorine; it may make her fortune.

And you, Victorine,” enquired Dorsain, “wherefore are you not there?

“Victorine, you speak not what you know to be true,” replied the excited girl.

Then you think,” said Victorine, “you will be the chosen Rosiere.

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