vis-a-vis

[ vee-zuh-vee; French vee-za-vee ]SEE DEFINITION OF vis-a-vis

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The lieutenant turned briskly, so, too, did Mr. Winslow and his vis-a-vis.

Just then Seriosha came and requested me to be his vis-a-vis.

"That speaks volumes for my charms at that time," interrupted his vis-a-vis.

He struck one and handed it to his vis-a-vis, bowing with his foreign grace.

His vis-a-vis, as luck, or ill-luck would have it, was the monocle-man.

“So Finn has left town,” said Young Van, addressing his vis-a-vis.

Leslie leaned forward in her chair, steady eyes on her vis-a-vis.

Did you notice the pretty madam, your vis-a-vis at dejeuner?

Vernet tapped the desk beside him, and looked thoughtfully at his vis-a-vis.

The vis-a-vis raised his eyes to the ceiling, thought a minute, and laughed.