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Blondel

[blawn-del] /blɔ̃ˈdɛl/
noun
1.
François
[frahn-swa] /frɑ̃ˈswa/ (Show IPA),
(Sieur des Croisettes) 1618–86, French architect.
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  • Thou art but my comrade—I might say my pupil—in the art of war; Blondel is my master in the science of minstrelsy and music.

    The Talisman Sir Walter Scott
  • Now, though Blondel was not a man, he supplied to my friendlessness the place of one.

    A Day's Ride Charles James Lever
  • Blondel pointed with a shaking finger to a small inner serving-room at the end of the parlour.

    The Long Night Stanley Weyman
  • Blondel was a symbol selected by fate to indicate a certain direction.

    A Day's Ride Charles James Lever
  • Blondel decided on that course, and advancing to the door he opened it and called to his prisoner to come out.

    The Long Night Stanley Weyman
  • After a word or two, the groom took off the hood, and there was Blondel!

    A Day's Ride Charles James Lever
  • Was not Blondel in Belgium, and was it not in search of him that I was bent?

    A Day's Ride Charles James Lever
  • And Blondel, who should have sent you to the whipping-post, or out of Geneva, has to cloak you!

    The Long Night Stanley Weyman
  • Had the scholar been such a man as Baudichon, Blondel's answer would have been one frenzied shriek of insults and reproaches.

    The Long Night Stanley Weyman
  • "Yet something of value to yourself," Blondel said, his head on one side.

    The Long Night Stanley Weyman

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