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Nous

noun
1.
Common sense.
2.
That which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason.  Synonyms: brain, head, mind, psyche.  "I couldn't get his words out of my head"






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"Nous" Quotes from Famous Books



... garde au jour St. Vincent, Car sy ce jour tu vois et sent Que le soleil soiet cler et biau, Nous erons du ...
— Notes and Queries, Number 231, April 1, 1854 • Various

... at being interrupted in his meditated decisive operations by the States-General, on this occasion. On the 6th September, he wrote to them:—"Vos Hautes Puissances jugeront bien par le camp que nous venons de prendre, qu'on n'a pas voulu se resoudre a tenter les lignes. J'ai ete convaincu de plus en plus, depuis l'honneur que j'ai eu de vous ecrire, par les avis que j'ai recu journellement de la situation des ennemis, que cette entreprise n'etait ...
— Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Vol 58, No. 357, July 1845 • Various

... melange de quartz et de mica qui s'etoit moule dans quelques-une de ces fentes. C'etoit donc une roche semblable aux primitives, et pourtant d'une formation posterieure a celle de la pierre calcaire. Et quel systeme pourroit nous persuader que la nature ne puisse encore produire ce ...
— Theory of the Earth, Volume 1 (of 4) • James Hutton

... no fatalities. The trouble is that now things have begun to move, they may not sit still for long, and we cannot take risks with our visitors. The mountain must come to Mahomet. That is, les Sammies must call upon you, instead of you upon them. The reception room is chez nous Francais. It is ready, and you will see it in ...
— Everyman's Land • C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson

... be accomplished in the laws. He should possess writings about them, and make a study of them; for laws are the highest instrument of mental improvement, and derive their name from mind (nous, nomos). They afford a measure of all censure and praise, whether in verse or prose, in conversation or in books, and are an antidote to the vain disputes of men and their equally vain acquiescence in each other's opinions. The just judge, who imbibes their spirit, makes ...
— Laws • Plato

... serviront a nous rendre plus sensible le principe qui vient d'etre pose; nous emprunterons l'un du physique at l'autre du moral. Dans un tourbillon de poussiere qu'eleve un vent impetueux, quelque confus qu'il paraisse a nos yeux; dans la plus affreuse tempete excitee ...
— The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley Volume I • Percy Bysshe Shelley

... dinner—very informal, you know—ourselves, you and, oh, I don't know, two or three others. Have you ever seen Honora? The prettiest little thing, and will she be rich? Millions, I would not dare say how many. Tiens. Nous voici." ...
— The Octopus • Frank Norris

... straight description; but beyond some slight indications of his own movements, past or intended, there was no narration. He never mentioned people he met; he never described his adventures—if he had any. He seemed to be saying to Europe, as Rastignac said to Paris, "A nous deux, maintenant!" He was at grips with the Old World, and ...
— On the Stairs • Henry B. Fuller

... maitre et la maitresse, Et tout le monde du logis! Pour le premier jour de l'annee La Guignolee vous nous devez. Si vous n'avez rien a nous donner, Dites-nous le; Nous vous demandons pas grande chose, une echinee— Une echinee n'est pas bien longue De quatre-vingt-dix pieds de longue. Encore nous demandons pas de grande chose, La fille ainee de la maison. Nous lui ferons faire bonne ...
— The Rose of Old St. Louis • Mary Dillon

... pursue, and first entwine (Each preying upon one) his tender sons; Then him, who armed to their rescue runs, They seized, and with entangling folds embraced, 210 His neck twice compassing, and twice his waist: Their pois'nous knots he strives to break and tear, While slime and blood his sacred wreaths besmear; Then loudly roars, as when th'enraged bull From th'altar flies, and from his wounded skull Shakes the huge axe; the conqu'ring serpents fly To cruel Pallas' ...
— Poetical Works of Edmund Waller and Sir John Denham • Edmund Waller; John Denham

... give us any thing? He seems sanguine about the matter, but (entre nous) I am not. I do not, however, like to put him out of spirits by saying so; for he is bilious and unwell. Do, pray, answer ...
— Life of Lord Byron, With His Letters And Journals, Vol. 5 (of 6) • (Lord Byron) George Gordon Byron

... heureux,' interrompit le Comte d'Erfeuil, 'je n'en crois rien: on n'est heureux que par ce qui est convenable. La societe a, quoi qu'on fasse, beaucoup d'empire sur le bonheur; et ce qu'elle n'approuve pas, il ne faut jamais le faire.' 'On vivrait done toujours pour ce que la societe dira de nous,' reprit Oswald; 'et ce qu'on pense et, ce qu'on sent ne servirait jamais de guide.' 'C'est tres bien dit,' reprit le comte, 'tres-philosophiquement pense; mais avec ces maximes la, l'on se perd; et quand ...
— Autobiography, Letters and Literary Remains of Mrs. Piozzi (Thrale) (2nd ed.) (2 vols.) • Mrs. Hester Lynch Piozzi

... La Republique nous appelle. Sachons vaincre ou sachons perir; Un francais doit vivre pour elle. Pour ...
— The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse • Vicente Blasco Ibanez

... before a movie theatre, where the sign in electric lights read, "Amour, quand tu nous tiens!" and stood watching the people. In the stream that passed him, his eye lit upon two walking arm-in-arm, their hands clasped, talking eagerly and unconscious of the crowd,—different, he saw at once, from all the other ...
— One of Ours • Willa Cather

... Poquelin hath it, in his pleasant comedy called Le Me'decin Malgre' Lui, where the simulated doctor wittily replieth to a charge, that he had placed the heart on the right side, instead of the left, "Cela e'tait autrefois ainsi, mais nous avons change' tout cela." Of which witty speech if any reader shall demand the purport, I have only to respond, that I teach the French as well as the Classical tongues, at the easy rate of five shillings per quarter, as my advertisements ...
— The Heart of Mid-Lothian, Complete, Illustrated • Sir Walter Scott

... the a priori school. Their absolute tendencies would introduce 'equality' by force; he would leave it to the spontaneous progress of security. Hence Bentham is in the main an adherent of what he calls[468] the 'laissez-nous faire' principle. He advocates it most explicitly in the so-called Manual of Political Economy—a short essay first printed in 1798.[469] The tract, however, such as it is, is less upon political economy proper than upon economic legislation; and its ...
— The English Utilitarians, Volume I. • Leslie Stephen

... escalin, or a plaquet, or a livre, or a sous, or a liard, or for any the vilest denomination of their absurd coin, yet I do not believe they would go beyond the bounds of honesty with any but an English Milor: they are privileged dupes. A maid at the hotel at Dunkirk said to me, "Ah! Madame, nous autres nous aimons bien de voir rouler les Anglais." Yes, because they think ...
— The Life And Letters Of Maria Edgeworth, Vol. 1 • Maria Edgeworth

... le degout de la chaine domestique, nous voyons naitre entre les males et les femelles ces sentiments que la nature a partout fondes sur un libre choix: lorsque l'amour a commence a unir ces couples captifs, alors leur esclavage, devenu pour eux aussi doux que la douce liberte, leur fait oublier peu a peu leur droits de franchise ...
— Roman Farm Management - The Treatises Of Cato And Varro • Marcus Porcius Cato

... a fellow after her whose very name means ruin to women—a Spanish-American adventurer—reckless, handsome, a gambler, seducer, duellest, dare-devil. The man she is to marry seems to have neither nous nor spunk to defend her. Everybody at Goodwood saw the game that was being played, everybody at Cowes is watching the cards, betting on the result. Yes, great God, the men at the Squadron Club are staking their money upon my sister's ...
— Phantom Fortune, A Novel • M. E. Braddon

... province would receive adequate representation—to satisfy, on the other hand, a loyal Frenchman like Joseph Cauchon, because, as he said, "La confederation des deux Canadas, ou de toutes les provinces, en nous donnant une constitution locale, qui sauverait, cependant, les privileges, les droits acquis et les institutions des minorites, nous offrirait certainement une mesure de protection, comme Catholiques et comme Francais, autrement grand que l'Union actuelle, puisque de minorite nous ...
— British Supremacy & Canadian Self-Government - 1839-1854 • J. L. Morison

... ressembler aux autres hommes; qu'ils ne peuvent etre conduits ni par la douceur, ni par les sentimens; qu'ils se moquent de ceux qui les traitent avec bonte; qu'ils tiennent par la morale a la brute, autant qu'a l'homme par leur constitution physique; mais ayons au moins pour eux soins que nous avons pour les quadrupedes, dont nous nous servons: nourrissons-les bien pour qu'ils travaillent bien, et n'exigeons pas au-dela de leurs ...
— The Journal of Negro History, Volume 2, 1917 • Various

... We have passed the Rubicon—nous voila en France, all new, interesting, and delightful. I know not where or how to begin—the observations of an hour were I to paint in Miniature would fill my sheet; however, you must not expect arrangement ...
— Before and after Waterloo - Letters from Edward Stanley, sometime Bishop of Norwich (1802;1814;1814) • Edward Stanley

... take in acting maliciously is properly called by Barrow a rascally delight. But this is no new form of malice. "Avant nous," says the sagacious but iron-hearted Montluc—"avant nous ces envies ont regne, et regneront encore apres nous, si Dieu ne nous voulait tous refondre." Its worst effect is that which Ben Jonson remarked: "The gentle reader," says he, "rests happy to hear the worthiest works misrepresented, the clearest actions obscured, the innocentest ...
— Colloquies on Society • Robert Southey

... world is beautiful. It has, I know, been maintained, as for instance by Victor Hugo, that the general effect of beauty is to sadden. "Comme la vie de l'homme, meme la plus prospere, est toujours au fond plus triste que gaie, le ciel sombre nous est harmonieux. Le ciel eclatant et joyeux nous est ironique. La Nature triste nous ressemble et nous console; la Nature rayonnante, magnifique, superbe ... ...
— The Beauties of Nature - and the Wonders of the World We Live In • Sir John Lubbock

... persuadons souvent d'aimer les gens plus puissans que nous, et neanmoins c'est l'interet seul qui produit notre amitie; nous ne nous donnons pas a eux pour le bien que nous leur voulons faire, mais pour celui ...
— The Works of Lord Byron: Letters and Journals, Volume 2. • Lord Byron

... Aristide. Then he paused—possibly the drama of the situation striking him. "No, wait. Go and find them. Don't take your eyes off them. I will run and fetch Monsieur le Maire and he will identify his property—et puis nous ...
— The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol • William J. Locke

... but he says if he does, the house will not be ready, so, I suppose, he must stay. They start by this evening's boat, and as the dearly beloved cousin is sure to go to see you first, I shall ask him to take my note. Entre nous, I don't believe he is particularly anxious to go. And you? I expect every time I come near the Cottage, I shall hear you singing ...
— A Canadian Heroine, Volume 1 - A Novel • Mrs. Harry Coghill

... "Embrassons nous! (let us embrace), my dear friend!" exclaimed Claude Laval. "I am now the happiest man in all France. Listen! The machine is at the edge of the wood not a kilometre from this spot, and the Zeppelin hangar is in the centre of the Black Forest. ...
— With Haig on the Somme • D. H. Parry

... and seemed to accept their love as a sort of symbol of pardon for her offence, though she never ceased to consider herself a dreadful sinner. They used to flutter at her window just like little birds, calling out: 'Nous t'aimons, Marie!' ...
— The Idiot • (AKA Feodor Dostoevsky) Fyodor Dostoyevsky

... (indistinct) 'a s' corrected to 'pas', to conform with wording of earlier draft (...ces dangers seront ecartes a l'instant que la France s'unira a nous pour tenir un langage ferme a la Russie qui tache de nous desunir et il ne ...
— The Letters of Queen Victoria, Volume III (of 3), 1854-1861 • Queen of Great Britain Victoria

... jours sans nuit Bientot il nous destine; Mais ces longs jours Seront trop courts, Passes ...
— Life of Lord Byron, With His Letters And Journals, Vol. 5 (of 6) • (Lord Byron) George Gordon Byron

... planche—port d'Amsterdam avec une epreuve. Elle est charmante et je serais fort heureux de la faire paraitre dans l'article consacre a vos eaux fortes. Seulement, je crois que vous avez mal interprete ma demande et que par le fait nous ne nous entendons pas bien. Vous me demandez 63 guinees pour cette planche, soit plus de 2000 francs, outre que le prix depasse celui de la planche la plus chere parue dans la Gazette depuis sa fondation, y compris les chefs-d'oeuvre de Jacquemart et de Gaillard, il n'est pas ...
— The Gentle Art of Making Enemies • James McNeill Whistler

... rajeunissement des cadres. II s'est trouve enfin un ministre de la guerre, M. le general Brun, pour aborder resolument le probleme. Comme nos souvenirs revenaient frequemment aux belles journees de ces manoeuvres de l'Est! Je revois encore Dilke chevauchant avec nous dans l'etat-major de Gallififet. II y avait la le general Brault, le general Darras, le general Zurlinden, le "commandant" Picquart, Thierry d'Alsace, le marquis Du Lau.... Ah! la "bataille" de Margerie-Haucourt, ...
— The Life of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke, Vol. 2 • Stephen Gwynn

... minds Still wants, and wanting seeks, and seeking finds New fuel to increase her rav'nous fire. The grave is sooner cloy'd ...
— The Works of John Bunyan • John Bunyan

... up to you as I do-of course that's natural; and if it comes off, no one'll have a jollier corner chez nous. It's Delia." ...
— The Judgment House • Gilbert Parker

... scanty and inconclusive. That he was dead when the Trechsels published the book in 1538, must be inferred from the "Epistre" of Jean de Vauzelles, since that "Epistre" expressly refers to "la mort de celluy, qui nous en a icy imagine si elegantes figures"; and without entering into elaborate enquiry as to the exact meaning of "imaginer" in sixteenth-century French, it is obvious that, although the deceased is elsewhere loosely called "painctre," ...
— The Dance of Death • Hans Holbein

... and predestination; but read the much more terrible words of Senancour, expressive of the Catholic, not the Protestant, despair, when he makes his Obermann say, "L'homme est perissable. Il se peut; mais perissons en resistant, et, si le neant nous est reserve, ne faisons pas que ce soit une justice." And I must confess, painful though the confession be, that in the days of the simple faith of my childhood, descriptions of the tortures of hell, however terrible, never made me tremble, for I always felt that nothingness was much ...
— Tragic Sense Of Life • Miguel de Unamuno

... square foreheads, spreading eyebrows—they shouldn't wear it so. It suits Hortense— with her pale patrician outline and her dark pencilled eyebrows, and her little black ribbon and amulet around her neck. O, Marie, priey pour nous qui avous recours a vous! Once I walked out to Beau Sejour. She did not expect me and I crept through the leafy ravine to the pinewood, then on to the steps, and so up to the terrace. Through the French window I could see her seated at the ...
— Crowded Out! and Other Sketches • Susie F. Harrison

... from the results of past experience the military student reads that armies divide to march and concentrate to fight. 'Nous avons change tout cela.' Here we concentrate to march and disperse to fight. I asked General Hildyard what formation his brigade was in. He replied, 'Formation for taking advantage of ant-heaps.' This is a valuable ...
— London to Ladysmith via Pretoria • Winston Spencer Churchill

... and the compliment it implied—"there was Plato, too, for whom I, at one time, felt all the affection of a friend. You knew Plato, Bon-Bon?—ah, no, I beg a thousand pardons. He met me at Athens, one day, in the Parthenon, and told me he was distressed for an idea. I bade him write, down that o nous estin aulos. He said that he would do so, and went home, while I stepped over to the pyramids. But my conscience smote me for having uttered a truth, even to aid a friend, and hastening back to Athens, I arrived behind the philosopher's chair as he ...
— The Works of Edgar Allan Poe - Volume 5 (of 5) of the Raven Edition • Edgar Allan Poe

... ne trouve ordinairement en Normandie, que des arcades semi-circulaires dans les Xe. XIe. et XIIe. siecles; au contraire, les arcades en pointes des nefs, des fenetres et des portes des eglises, autrement les arcades en ogive, n'ont eu lieu chez nous que dans le XIIIe. siecle et les suivans. On trouve egalement ces deux styles en Angleterre et aux memes epoques, et leur difference est une des principales regles qui servent aux antiquaires Anglois, pour ...
— Architectural Antiquities of Normandy • John Sell Cotman

... that side until the following summer. I cannot describe what every one felt at beholding the skeleton which the Doctor's debilitated frame exhibited. When he stripped, the Canadians simultaneously exclaimed, "Ah! que nous sommes maigres!" I shall best explain his state and that of the party, by the following extract from his journal: "It may be worthy of remark that I should have had little hesitation in any former period of my life, at plunging into water even below 38 ...
— Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea, in the years 1819-20-21-22, Volume 2 • John Franklin

... tell us all about it, Vicomte," said Anna Pavlovna, with a pleasant feeling that there was something a la Louis XV in the sound of that sentence: "Contez nous cela, Vicomte." ...
— War and Peace • Leo Tolstoy

... stoop, week by week, to more practical research. "Le monde marche,'' as Renan hath it, "vers une sorte d'americanisme.... Peut-tre la vulgarit gnrale sera-t-elle un jour la condition du bonheur des lus. Nous n'avons pas le droit d'etre fort difficiles.'' We will be very facile, then, since needs must; remembering the good old proverb that "scornful dogs eat dirty puddings.'' But, ere we show Terminus the door, at least let us fling one stone at the shrieking sulphureous houses of damnation erected ...
— Pagan Papers • Kenneth Grahame

... forget the gentle rebuke administered on an earlier page to those who came neither on business nor for devotion's sake, but out of mere idle curiosity, and bringing with them company which the good Canon designates as scandalous. Mais nous avons change tout cela. ...
— Ex Voto • Samuel Butler

... livre de Mlle. Trotter. Dans la dedicace elle exhorte M. Locke a donner des demonstrations de morale. Je crois qu'il aurait eu de la peine a y reussir. L'art de demontrer n'est pas son fait. Je tiens que nous nous appercevons sans raisonnement de ce qui est juste et injuste, comme nous nous appercevons sans raison de quelques theoremes de Geometrie; mais il est tousjours bon de venir a la demonstration. Justice et injustice ne dependent seulement de la nature humaine, mais de la nature de la substance ...
— Some Diversions of a Man of Letters • Edmund William Gosse

... vertus le feront admire de chac 1 Il avait des Rivaux, mais il triompha 2 Les Batailles qu' il gagna sont au nombre de 3 Pour Louis son grand coeur se serait mis en 4 En amour, c'etait peu pour lui d'aller a 5 Nous l'aurions s'il n'eut fait que le berger Tir[3] 6 Pour avoir trop souvent passe douze, "Hic-ja" 7 Il a cesse de vivre en Decembre 8 Strasbourg contient son corps dans un Tombeau tout 9 Pour tant de "Te Deum" pas un "De profun"[4] 10 — He died at ...
— The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction - Volume 14, No. 395, Saturday, October 24, 1829. • Various

... quarter-deck, he questioned the Admiral and myself very minutely, about the clothing and victualling of the seamen. It was then, on being told that all that department was under the charge of the purser, he said in a facetious way, "Je crois que c'est quelquefois chez vous, comme chez nous, le commissaire est un peu coquin." "I believe it happens sometimes with you, as it does with us, that the purser is a little of a rogue." This was addressed to the Admiral and me, with whom he was conversing, and not to the people, as has been represented; nor was there ...
— The Surrender of Napoleon • Sir Frederick Lewis Maitland

... indeed I am speaking honestly, that I am not worthy to understand dear Mr. Keble on many points. "The secret of our Lord" is with such men, and we fail to understand him, nous autres I mean, outside the sanctuary. Yet there is, I must confess it to you, my dear uncle, a something about his book on Eucharistic Adoration which has the character to me of foreign rather than of English divinity. I don't want to be exclusive, far from it. ...
— Life of John Coleridge Patteson • Charlotte M. Yonge

... this unbounded substance. The baffled intellect must still kneel before this cause, which refuses to be named,—ineffable cause, which every fine genius has essayed to represent by some emphatic symbol, as, Thales by water, Anaximenes by air, Anaxagoras by (Nous) thought, Zoroaster by fire, Jesus and the moderns by love; and the metaphor of each has become a national religion. The Chinese Mencius has not been the least successful in his generalization. "I fully understand language," he said, "and nourish well my ...
— Essays, Second Series • Ralph Waldo Emerson

... a mon telegramme a Koudachew d'aujourd'hui; nous esperons que le Gouvernement aupres duquel. Vous etes accredite partagera notre point de vue et prescrira d'urgence a son Representant a Vienne de se prononcer dans ...
— Why We Are At War (2nd Edition, revised) • Members of the Oxford Faculty of Modern History

... me. I was warn'd, And laid not to my breast the pois'nous adder! Accuse not fate! your own deceitful heart It was, the wild ambition of your house. But God is with me. The blow was aim'd Full at my head, but ...
— The Canadian Elocutionist • Anna Kelsey Howard

... irresistible temptation to link the two trios of brothers into one narrative and let the original voyagers do the work of exploration. The explanation given by Gaffarel to the tale is the same that I have suggested as possible. He says in "Iles Fantastiques de l'Atlantaque" (p. 12), "S'il nous etait permis d'aventurer une hypothese, nous croirions voluntiers que les navigateurs de l'epoque rencontrerent, en s'aventurant dans l'Atlantique, quelques-uns de ces gigantesques icebergs, ou ...
— Tales of the Enchanted Islands of the Atlantic • Thomas Wentworth Higginson

... like her eyes, and pendant gems Of dielytra, topaz-tipped and gold, Fragrant arbutus, and hepatica, With thousands more. Her wreath, a coronet Of opening rose-buds twined with lady-fern; And over all, her bridal-veil of white,— Some soft diaph'nous cloudlet, that mistook Her robes of blue for heaven.— And I could dream That, from his lofty throne beholding, Great Sol, on wings of glowing eve, came down In gracious haste, to bless the nuptials. (She pauses.) And shall this land, That breathes of poesy from ...
— Laura Secord, the heroine of 1812. - A Drama. And Other Poems. • Sarah Anne Curzon

... search for the lost ring: "Pelleas!—Avec Pelleas!—Mais Pelleas ne voudra pas..."; and do not forget the terrified cry which signals the discovery of the hidden Golaud in the park, "Il y a quelqu'un derriere nous!" ...
— The Merry-Go-Round • Carl Van Vechten

... du feu secret, Du feu qui circule dans les veines de la terre; Nous sommes les filles de l'aurore et de la rosee, Nous sommes les filles de l'air, Nous sommes les filles de l'eau; Mais nous sommes avant ...
— A Wanderer in Holland • E. V. Lucas

... exact words were, "Dans mon pays, monsieur, nous disons qu'il faut trois femmes pour faire une foire, et deux pour ...
— Twixt France and Spain • E. Ernest Bilbrough

... magnificently; she has a great deal of talent and genius, and, above all, a wonderful memory, for she plays all her pieces, about 200 in number, by heart. She, however, doubts much whether she has any genius for composition, especially as regards ideas or invention; but her father (who, entre nous, is rather too infatuated about her) declares that she certainly has ideas, and that she is only diffident and has too little self-reliance. Well, we shall see. If she acquires no thoughts or ideas, (for hitherto she really has none whatever,) it is all in vain, for God knows I can't give ...
— The Letters of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, V.1. • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

... but utter coarse gibes and exclaim, "What could have induced him to paint such things? surely he must have seen that it was absurd. I wonder if the Impressionists are in earnest or if it is only une blague qu'on nous fait?" Then we stood and screamed at Monet, that most exquisite painter of blonde light. We stood before the "Turkeys," and seriously we wondered if "it was serious work,"—that chef d'oeuvre! the high grass that ...
— Confessions of a Young Man • George Moore

... un pas a travers le monde, sans rencontrer l'Anglais. Nous ne pouvons jeter les yeux sur nos anciennes possessions, sans y voir flotter le pavilion anglais." A Quoi tient la Superiorite des Anglo-Saxons?—Demolins. This work, as well as another on much the same subject (L'Europa giovane, by Guglielmo Ferrero), were reviewed ...
— Political and Literary essays, 1908-1913 • Evelyn Baring

... French this line reads, "Malheureuses! Chetives! Nous avons trop dormi!" The wise virgins refuse the oil and bid their foolish sisters to go and buy it. All the strophes change the melody at each change of personages. The little drama comes to its end with the intervention of Christ, ...
— Some Forerunners of Italian Opera • William James Henderson

... of Brazil ... in the very heart of Brazil?... Oh, mon Dieu! mon Dieu!" (More laughter and a look of compassion at me.) "Mais nous avons une de nos maisons tout a fait pres de la!" (Why, indeed, we have one of our factories ...
— Across Unknown South America • Arnold Henry Savage Landor

... faire chaud. J'ai chaud. J'ai extremement chaud. Ah! qu'il fait chaud! Il fait une chaleur etouffante! L'air est brulant. Je meurs de chaleur. Il est presque impossible de supporter la chaleur. Cela vous fait transpirer. Mettons-nous a l'ombre. Il fait du vent. Il fait un vent froid. Il fait un tres agreable pour se promener aujourd'hui. And so on, all the way through. It is very easy to adjust the play to any desired language. Anybody can ...
— Innocents abroad • Mark Twain

... "game" to "gaming" we soon run aground upon the word "jeu," which as we know does duty in French both for a game and a pack of cards. "At what pack will you that we does play?" "To the cards." Of course this is "A quel Jeu voulez vous que nous Jouions?" "Aux cartes;" and further on "This time I have a great deal pack," "Cette fois ...
— English as she is spoke - or, A jest in sober earnest • Jose da Fonseca

... "As a family nous sommes tres-bien," said Mme. de Brecourt. "You know what we are—it doesn't need any explanation. We're as good as anything there is and have always been thought so. You ...
— The Reverberator • Henry James

... honour. The comte had obtained a legal separation from his wife, retaining their daughter. Liszt now proposed marriage. Both being Catholics, it was necessary to experience a change of heart and become Protestants. He exclaimed one day: "Si nous etions Protestants" but the comtesse crushed this hope with a sharp "La Comtesse d'Agoult ne sera jamais ...
— The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 2 • Rupert Hughes

... Erot' antherotate, Glyke kai hilarotate, Tou kosmou kybernete. Esen ho nous, to soma mou, To stethos, kai to stoma mou, ...
— Two Knapsacks - A Novel of Canadian Summer Life • John Campbell

... Priestess on her brow, Shall to th' abhorr'd embrace of Death Give up the sweetness of her breath! When worms—but stop, Description, there— My heart cannot the picture bear— Sickens to think there is a day, When Chloe will be made a prey To Death, a piece-meal feast for him With rav'nous jaw to tear each limb, And feature after feature eat, While Beauty only serves for Meat— Wretched to know that this is true, Forbear t' anticipate the view! Hence, Observation!—take your leave!— And kindly, Memory, deceive! And when some forty years are fled, And age has on her beauties ...
— The Methodist - A Poem • Evan Lloyd

... the gospel has hitherto failed in checking its advance amongst us; and it nowhere appears in more appalling colours than in the districts where the greatest and most strenuous efforts have been made for the moral and religious instruction of the people. "Nous avons donnes a penser," as the French say. Ample subject for serious reflection has been furnished to our readers till a future occasion, when the cause of this general failure, and the means requisite for the diminution of ...
— Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 55, No. 343, May 1844 • Various

... regne animal d'apres les principes que nous venons de poser en se debarrassant des prejuges etablis sur les divisions anciennement admises, en n'ayant egard qu'a l'organisation et a la nature des animaux, et non pas a leur grandeur, a leur utilite, au plus ou moins de ...
— The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 09, No. 51, January, 1862 • Various

... nous n'avons pas voulu aller au-devant d'infortunes honorables, dans la crainte d''etre tromp'es par des mis'eres fictives: que la douleur frappe ...
— The Countess Cathleen • William Butler Yeats

... halberdiers were magnificent kilted soldiers, worthy to encounter later on at Fontenoy the French cavalry, and the royal cuirassiers, whom their colonel thus addressed: "Messieurs les maitres, assurez vos chapeaux. Nous allons avoir l'honneur de charger." The captain of these soldiers saluted Gwynplaine, and the peers, his sponsors, with their swords. The men saluted with ...
— The Man Who Laughs • Victor Hugo

... disease and death, Whose subtle infections float in the air, And grant free power to the pois'nous breath That would strangle ...
— Our Profession and Other Poems • Jared Barhite

... not undeserved, and said that the Japanese fleets and armies had no misgiving as to the result of the struggle; they felt able, against such opponents, to do anything and go anywhere—"aussi loin que mer et terre puissent nous ...
— Under the Dragon Flag - My Experiences in the Chino-Japanese War • James Allan

... froze, not scorched. He wanted the eternal Being to be conscious of his existence; nay, to send him a whisper that He was not a metaphysical figment. Otherwise he found himself saying what Voltaire has made Spinoza say: "Je crois, entre nous, que vous n'existez pas." Obedience? Worship? He could have prostrated himself for hours on the flags, worn out his knees in prayer. O Luther, O Galileo, enemies of the human race! How wise of the Church to burn infidels, who would burn down the spirit's home—the home warm with the love and treasures ...
— Dreamers of the Ghetto • I. Zangwill

... fille du canton Qui se fout du qu'en dira-t-on. Nous nous foutons de ses vertus, Puisqu'elle a les tetons pointus. Voila pourquoi nous la chantons: Vive la Noire et ...
— The Count's Chauffeur • William Le Queux

... crossed themselves devoutly,—a bargeman, lazily gliding down the river on his flat unwieldly craft, took his pipe from his mouth, lifted his cap mechanically, and muttered more from habit than reflection—"Sainte Marie, Mere de Dieu, priez pour nous!"—and some children running out of school, came to a sudden standstill, listening and glancing at each other, as though silently questioning whether they should say the old church-formula among themselves or no? Whether, for example, ...
— The Master-Christian • Marie Corelli

... "necessary as it is to discourage it by every possible mark of our disapprobation, I do not (entre nous) see, in the mere act of scalping, half the horrors usually attached to the practice. The motive must be considered. It is not the mere desire to inflict wanton torture, that influences the warrior, but an anxiety to possess himself of that which gives indisputable evidence of his courage ...
— The Canadian Brothers - or The Prophecy Fulfilled • John Richardson

... have accounted for the fact that she displayed very little of what the fans call ginger as she removed her hat and coat and hung them on the hook behind the desk. The prospect of that all-night, eight-hour stretch may have accounted for it, I say. But privately, and entre nous, it didn't. For here you must know of ...
— Buttered Side Down • Edna Ferber

... suspended in the air, entering a precinct reserved for little white-clothed tables, straw-covered chairs and long-aproned waiters. One of these functionaries approached them with eagerness and with a "Mesdames sont seules?" receiving in return from her ladyship the slightly snappish announcement "Non; nous sommes beaucoup!" He introduced them to a table larger than most of the others, and under his protection they took their places at it and began rather languidly and vaguely to consider the question of the repast. The waiter had placed a carte in Lady Agnes's hands and she studied it, through ...
— The Tragic Muse • Henry James

... state of anxiety for our fate, to the idea that the ship was sinking. It was the fore-mast that fell over the side; in about a quarter of an hour an awful mandate from above was re-echoed from all parts of the ship; Pouvores Anglais! Pouvores Anglais! Montez bien vite nous sommes tous perdus!—"poor Englishmen! poor Englishmen! come on deck as fast as you can, we are all lost!" Every one rather flew than climbed. Though scarcely able to move before, from sickness, yet I now felt an energetic ...
— Thrilling Narratives of Mutiny, Murder and Piracy • Anonymous

... slips and drink a pot of porter, or change their stage-clothes and go home to supper. My dear readers, you may settle the matter among yourselves as you like. If you wish to kill the characters really off, let them be dead, and have done with them: but, entre nous, I don't believe they are any more dead than you or I are, and sometimes doubt whether there is a single syllable of ...
— Burlesques • William Makepeace Thackeray

... all the more flat and modest in reality. Over June 13 they consoled themselves with the profound expression: "If they but dare to assail universal suffrage . . . then . . . then we will show who we are!" Nous verrons. [5 We ...
— The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte • Karl Marx

... literature—"No, we have no genius, no poets or writers of the first rank just now—at least so it seems to me. But we work—nous travaillons beaucoup! Ce sera noire salut." It was the same as to politics. He had no illusions and few admirations. "The Chamber is full of mediocrities. We are governed by avocats and pharmaciens. But at least Ils ne feront pas ...
— A Writer's Recollections (In Two Volumes), Volume I • Mrs. Humphry Ward

... jamais mieux la nature que lorsque nous nous efforcons d'exprimer sobrement et simplement l'impression que nous en avons recue.'—M. ANDRE THEURIET, 'L'Automne dans les Bois,' Revue des Deux Mondes, 1st Oct. ...
— Essays of Travel • Robert Louis Stevenson

... French botanist, M. Lecoq, writes in 1854 ("Etudes sur Geograph." Bot. tom. i, page 250), "On voit que nos recherches sur la fixite ou la variation de l'espece, nous conduisent directement aux idees emises par deux hommes justement celebres, Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire et Goethe." Some other passages scattered through M. Lecoq's large work make it a little doubtful how far he extends his views on ...
— On the Origin of Species - 6th Edition • Charles Darwin

... People who undertake the task of governing others, as I do, be their rule a kingdom or a hamlet, must adopt a principle of government and adhere to it. The principle that suits best with the Hill is Respect for the Proprieties. We have not much money; entre nous, we have no great rank. Our policy is, then, to set up the Proprieties as an influence which money must court and rank is afraid of. I had learned just before Mr. Vigors called on me that Lady Sarah Bellasis entertained the idea of hiring Abbots' House. London has ...
— A Strange Story, Complete • Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... the advantage of receiving his education under the ferula of Dr Pangloss; for his metaphysics are clearly those of the castle of Thunder-ten-tronckh: "Remarquez bien que les nez ont ete faits pour porter des lunettes, aussi avons nous des lunettes. Les jambes sont visiblement institues pour etre chaussees, et nous avons des chausses. Les cochons etant faits pour etre manges, nous ...
— The Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches of Lord Macaulay, Vol. 1 (of 4) - Contibutions to Knight's Quarterly Magazine] • Thomas Babington Macaulay

... dignified in her manners, and High Church in her convictions. The daughter is rather taller than the mother, but otherwise they are strikingly alike. The mother is thirty-six and the daughter eighteen. Both are exceedingly charming. Had I to choose between them, I think, entre nous, that the mother would have attracted me most, for I am thoroughly of Balzac's opinion as to the woman of thirty. However, fate was to will ...
— The Stark Munro Letters • J. Stark Munro

... the Americains" (they were chiefly Irish) "roun' my 'ouse been tellin' me, long time, 'Le Boss goin' bounce Fidele.' Me, I laugh w'en they say so. I say, 'Le Boss? C'est un creature d'imagination, pour nous effrayer,' you know, make us scart 'C'est un loup-garou,' you know,—w'at make 'fraid li'l chil'ren. That's w'at I tell them. I thing then you would n't been makin' ...
— In Madeira Place - 1887 • Heman White Chaplin

... speaks Clarimond in his harangue against romances: "L'Angleterre n'a pas manque d'avoir aussi son Arcadie, laquelle ne nous a este montree que depuis peu par la traduction qui en a este faite. Je ne trouve point d'ordre la dedans et il y a beaucoup de choses qui ne me peuvent satisfaire.... Il est vrai que Sidney, etant mort jeune, a pu laisser ...
— The English Novel in the Time of Shakespeare • J. J. Jusserand

... mutatus ab illo. It is not my business to censure the conduct of my superiors; but I always speak my mind in a cavalier manner, and as, according to the Spectator, talking to a friend is no more than thinking aloud, entre nous, his Corsican majesty has been scurvily treated by a certain administration. Be that as it will, he is a personage of a very portly appearance, and is quite master of the bienseance. Besides, they will ...
— The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom, Complete • Tobias Smollett

... ce seroit contre touts les Catholiques, que nous ne nous en empescherions, ny altererions aucunement l'amitie d'entre elle et nous (Catherine to La Mothe, Sept. 13, ...
— The History of Freedom • John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton

... dans la meme annee, les travaux de celle belle partie du chateau, connue sous le nom d'aile de Francois I, et dont nous avons donne la description au commencement de ce livre. Nous trouvons en effet, dans les archives du Baron de Foursanvault, une piece qui en fixe parfaitement la date. On y lit: "Je, Baymon Philippeaux, commis par le Roy ...
— The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci, Complete • Leonardo Da Vinci

... or make any demonstrations, refused peremptorily. It appears that the priests and sisters appointed by the enlightened administration of Prussia instil into their pupils and penitents that vaccination is a 'tempting of God.' Oh oui, she said, je sais bien que chez nous mes parents pouvaient recevoir un proces verbal, mais il vaut mieux cela que d'aller contre la volonte de Dieu. Si Dieu le veut, j'aurai la petite-verole, et s'il ne veut pas, je ne l'aurai pas. I scolded her pretty ...
— Letters from Egypt • Lucie Duff Gordon

... so many of his contemporaries, a distinctive mental bent? Have Greek and Roman philosophy and poetry remained without any influence upon him? Has his character not been formed by them? Does he not once reckon himself among 'nous autres naturalistes?' [2] ...
— Shakspere And Montaigne • Jacob Feis

... for this trade is expressed in a letter of Colbert to the Marquis de Villars, ambassador at Madrid, dated 5th February 1672:—"Il est tellement necessaire d'avoir soin d'assister les particuliers qui font leur trafic en Espagne, pour maintenir le plus important commerce que nous ayons, que je suis persuade que vous ferez toutes les instances qui pourront dependre de vous ... en sorte que cette protection produira des avantages considerables au commerce des sujets de Sa Majeste" (ibid., ...
— The Buccaneers in the West Indies in the XVII Century • Clarence Henry Haring

... pleas'd to call, And that they might be so indeed, He gave them souls of divine seed. A noble offspring surely then Without distinction are all men. O, why so vainly do some boast Their birth and blood and a great host Of ancestors, whose coats and crests Are some rav'nous birds or beasts! If extraction they look for, And God, the great Progenitor, No man, though of the meanest state, Is base, or can degenerate, Unless, to vice and lewdness bent, He leaves and taints his ...
— Poems of Henry Vaughan, Silurist, Volume II • Henry Vaughan

... their childhood than did he and Virgil. And yet, the whole scene may be a figment of his imagination—the very word Bandusia may have been coined by him. Who can tell? Then there is the Digentia hypothesis. I know it, I know it! I have read some of its defenders, and consider (entre nous) that they have made out a pretty strong case. But I am not in the mood for discussing their proposition—not ...
— Old Calabria • Norman Douglas

... 'Parmi nous,' says Montesquieu, 'les desertions sont frequentes parce que les soldats sont la plus vile partie de chaque nation, et qu'il n'y en a aucun qui aie, ou qui croie avoir un certain avantage sur les autres. Chez les Romains elles etaient plus rares—des soldats ...
— Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official • William Sleeman

... nous sommes prisonniers!" cried out the only man on deck, jumping on his feet, and ...
— Newton Forster - The Merchant Service • Captain Frederick Marryat

... serious critics of his administration. His present successor goes about his business in a more stolid way. In his hands the rapier has become a ploughshare. At first the few Members who stayed to listen found him Le Mond qui nous ennuie, but he woke them up later with the startling announcement that he can, if he likes, with a stroke of the pen remove the ladies' grille, and admit the fair visitors to a full view of the House, and, what is more important, admit the House ...
— Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 152, May 9, 1917 • Various

... file. The original contained a few phrases or lines of Greek text. These are represented here as Beta-code transliterations, for example [Greek: nous]. The original text used a other characters not found in the Latin-1 character set. These have been represented using bracket notation, as follows: [-a] a with macron; [-o] o with macron; [)e] e with breve. In Canto X, Stanza XLI Byron used three ...
— The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 6 • Lord Byron

... Alegre! Dieu nous alegre! Calendo ven! Tout ben ven! Dieu nous fague la graci de veire l'an que ven, E se noun sian pas mai, que noun fuguen ...
— The Christmas Kalends of Provence - And Some Other Provencal Festivals • Thomas A. Janvier

... said Arthur boldly, to a tidy old lady, sitting in her green verandah. 'Nous sommes des etrangers—I'd like to ask her what it's all about,' he whispered confidentially to Robert; 'but I'm out of ...
— Cedar Creek - From the Shanty to the Settlement • Elizabeth Hely Walshe

... presented by the disbanded soldiers as they rushed down the Chaussee du Maine. Many had flung away their weapons. Some went on dejectedly; others burst into wine-shops, demanded drink with threats, and presently emerged swearing, cursing and shouting, "Nous sommes trahis!" Riderless horses went by, instinctively following the men, and here and there one saw a bewildered and indignant officer, whose orders were scouted with jeers. The whole scene was of evil augury ...
— My Days of Adventure - The Fall of France, 1870-71 • Ernest Alfred Vizetelly

... conversazione (conversation) ad nauseam (to disgust) distingue (distinguished) ad infinitum (infinitely) entre nous ...
— Practical Grammar and Composition • Thomas Wood

... the deadly serpent, The basilisk of sin, That far exhales its pois'nous breath, Then crawls ...
— Our Profession and Other Poems • Jared Barhite

... at the basis of that universal desire of unity, and that universal effort to reduce all our knowledge to unity, which has revealed itself in the history of philosophy, and also of inductive science. "Reason, intellect, nous, concatenating thoughts and objects into system, and tending upward from particular facts to general laws, from general laws to universal principles, is never satisfied in its ascent till it comprehends all laws in a single ...
— Christianity and Greek Philosophy • Benjamin Franklin Cocker

... flicker of wit the uplifted face was cast down again. That lonely, lost figure must suddenly have struck the doctor, for his catechism became a long, embarrassed scrutiny; and with an: 'Eh bien! mon vieux, nous verrons!' ended. Nothing came of it, of course. 'Cas de reforme?' Oh, certainly, if it had depended on the learned, kindly doctor. But the system—and all its doors to be unlocked! Why, by the time the last door was prepared to ...
— Tatterdemalion • John Galsworthy

... devise, which shall remove all obstacle. [Exit Isidora. I like not this Don Gaspar, and my heart Forebodes some evil nigh. I may be wrong, But in my sear'd imagination, He is some snake whose fascinating eyes, Fix'd on my trembling bird, have drawn her down Into his pois'nous fangs. How frail our sex! Prudence may guard us from th' assaults of passion, But storm'd the citadel, in woman's heart, Victorious love admits no armistice Or sway conjoint. ...
— Olla Podrida • Frederick Marryat

... his green fairy as Patrice his white. About us gobblers fork spiced beans down their gullets. Un demi setier! A jet of coffee steam from the burnished caldron. She serves me at his beck. Il est irlandais. Hollandais? Non fromage. Deux irlandais, nous, Irlande, vous savez ah, oui! She thought you wanted a cheese hollandais. Your postprandial, do you know that word? Postprandial. There was a fellow I knew once in Barcelona, queer fellow, used to call it his postprandial. ...
— Ulysses • James Joyce

... in hoc mundo locum deus obtinet, hunc in homine animus: quod est illic materia, id nobis corpus est."—(Ep. lxv. 24); which again is a Latin version of the old Stoical doctrine, [Greek phrase eis apan tou kosou meros diekei o nous, ...
— Evolution and Ethics and Other Essays • Thomas H. Huxley

... comes down to soothe the weary eyes, How all the griefs and heart-aches we have known Come up like pois'nous vapors that arise From some base witch's caldron, when the crone, To work some potent spell, her magic plies. The past which held its share of bitter pain, Whose ghost we prayed that Time might exorcise, Comes up, is lived and suffered o'er again, Ere ...
— The Complete Poems of Paul Laurence Dunbar • Paul Laurence Dunbar

... Superbe et caressant, courageux et docile, Forme pour le conduire et pour le proteger. Du troupeau qu'il gouverne il est le vrai berger; Le Ciel l'a fait pour nous; et dans leur cours rustique, Il fut des rois ...
— Anecdotes of Dogs • Edward Jesse

... avons a plaisir complique le bonheur, Et par un ideal frivole et suborneur Attache nos coeurs a la terre; Dupes des faux dehors tenus pour l'important, Mille choses pour nous ont du prix ... et ...
— Amiel's Journal • Mrs. Humphry Ward

... entre nous only, and pray let it be so, or my maternal persecutor will be throwing her tomahawk at any of my curious projects,) I am going to sea for four or five months, with my cousin Capt. Bettesworth, who commands the Tartar, the finest ...
— Life of Lord Byron, Vol. I. (of VI.) - With his Letters and Journals. • Thomas Moore

... m'empresse de remercier votre excellence de toutes ses bontes pour nous, et des facilites qu'elle nous a procurees pour continuer notre voyage. Je prends la liberte de joindre ici une lettre a M. Schroeder qui en renferme une autre a ma mere a Berlin; priant votre excellence de la faire parvenir a Colberg si elle en a occasion, je lui en ...
— Memoirs and Correspondence of Admiral Lord de Saumarez. Vol II • Sir John Ross

... afterwards, this disregard of history leads Mr Arnold into a very odd blunder. His French friend, M. Fontanes, had thought of writing about Godwin, but Mr Arnold dissuades him. "Godwin," he says, "est interessant, mais il n'est pas une source; des courants actuels qui nous portent, aucun ne vient de lui." Godwin is the high priest of Anarchism; he is our first Socialist philosopher, he advocated no marriage, woman's rights, the abolition of religion. And dans nos courants actuels rien ne vient de ...
— Matthew Arnold • George Saintsbury

... ne peut rien voir d'egal Aux superbes dehors du Palais Cardinal; Toute une ville entiere avec pompe batie, Semble d'un vieux fosse par miracle sortie, Et nous fais presumer a ses superbes toits Que tous ses habitants sont ...
— Royal Palaces and Parks of France • Milburg Francisco Mansfield

... said Arthur boldly, to a tidy old lady, sitting in her green verandah. 'Nous sommes des etrangers—I'd like to ask her what it's all about,' he whispered confidentially to Robert; 'but I'm ...
— Cedar Creek - From the Shanty to the Settlement • Elizabeth Hely Walshe

... in his History of Canada, Vol. V, p. 30 (n), cites from the Documents of the Montreal Historical Society, Vol. I, p. 5, an "ordonnance au sujet des Negres et des sauvages appeles panis, du 15 avril 1709" by "Jacques Raudot, Intendant." "Nous sous le bon plaisir de Sa Majeste ordonnons, que tous les Panis et Negres qui ont ete achetes et qui le seront dans la suite, appartiendront en pleine propriete a ceux qui les ont achetes comme etant leurs esclaves." "We with the consent of His Majesty enact that all the Panis and Negroes who heretofore ...
— The Journal of Negro History, Volume 4, 1919 • Various

... 'Nous avons change tout cela', although there are yet certain crudities to be eliminated. In these enlightened times, if in one week a lady is not entirely at home with husband number one, in the next week she may have travelled in comparative comfort some two-thirds across a continent, ...
— The Crossing • Winston Churchill

... the emperor to be higher than the usual profit of that trade would have warranted. He suddenly asked some minister, who was with him, how much the egg at the end of the bell-rope should cost? "J'ignore," was the answer. "Eh bien! nous verrons," said he, and then cut off the ivory handle, called for a valet, and bidding him dress himself in plain and ordinary clothes, and neither divulge his immediate commission or general employment to any living soul, directed him to inquire the price of ...
— Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 8, January, 1851 • Various

... rather humidity, was the origin of all things, though he allowed mind or intellect (nous) to be the impelling principle. And one of his arguments in favour of humidity, as rendered to us by Plutarch and Stobaeus, is pretty nearly as follows: —"Because fire, even in the sun and the stars, is nourished by vapours proceeding from humidity,—and therefore the whole world ...
— Athens: Its Rise and Fall, Complete • Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... remonstrance that he has taken Geneva as the model state, in the Social Compact. The other summary, much fuller, is in the fifth book of Emile (Oeuvres, v. 248). Here we find the following growl at the whole social order: "Nous examinerons si l'on n'a pas fait trop ou trop peu dans l'institution sociale. Si les individus soumis aux loix et aux hommes, tandis que les societes gardent entre elles l'independance de la nature, ne restent pas exposes aux maux ...
— The Eve of the French Revolution • Edward J. Lowell



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