It is when the brave soldier hath done his devoir that he hopes for his reward.
She will, once more, have nothing to do with the words dois and devoir.
And presently the convalescing invalid came down to express her thanks for his devoir of the morning.
I will do my devoir to our young queen, and must then proceed on my journey to find the admiral.
But if it is conceded that I had done my devoir as an Australian explorer, then I am satisfied.
When these ceremonies were done, the marshals of the field bade them do their devoir.
I hope you do not deem the devoir of a country gentleman incompatible with the duties of a statesman?
Yea, after I 'm dead, and my devoir is done, Calote assented to him.
All the world is doing its devoir to the great little authoress (Miss Bremer).
If we are honourable people, we will do our devoir in this matter.