But don marquis's mind has two yolks (to use one of his favourite denunciations).
And using the word ephemeral in its strict sense, don marquis is unquestionably the cleverest of our ephemeral philosophers.
don marquis is a real name, not a pseudonym; it is pronounced Markwiss, not Markee.
I wish don marquis kept a diary, but I am quite sure he doesn't.
don marquis has something of Dobsonian cunning to set his musings to delicate, austere music.
don marquis recognizes as well as any one the value of the slapstick as a mirth-provoking instrument.
also marquess, c.1300, title of nobility, from Old French marchis, literally "ruler of a border area," from Old French marche "frontier," from Medieval Latin marca "frontier, frontier territory" (see march (n.1)). Originally the ruler of border territories in various European regions (e.g. Italian marchese, Spanish marqués); later a mere title of rank, below duke and above count. Related: Marquisate.