There she met Janet Flanner, who would become a famed New Yorker correspondent “genet”—for three decades.
After this debut, Goines continued to write at a furious pace, producing a body of work that echoed Celine, genet, and Burroughs.
It will be recollected that a request of the executive for the recall of Mr. genet had been transmitted to the French government.
genet had merely been an impracticable and impatient enthusiast.
genet had been sent to America by the French Republic, as her minister.
You have a mother, genet—a dear sister, Lafourche—why will you not live for them?
Without it all the turbulence of genet would have been as the idle wind.
In the genet and the Civet the contraction of the pupil is as in the Cat.
But at least,” said genet, “Congress are bound to see that the treaties are observed.
Jefferson indorsed it in transmitting it both to Hammond and genet.
small civet, late 15c., from Old French genete (Modern French genette), from Spanish gineta, from Arabic jarnait.
"small Spanish horse," mid-15c., from French genet, from Spanish jinete "a light horseman," perhaps from Arabic Zenata, name of a Barbary tribe [Klein]. Sense transferred in English and French from the rider to the horse.