His title of “Maistre s jeux” is a distinction only conferred by the academy of Toulouse on illustrious writers.
He, unto whom thou art so partial (jeux d'Esprit, etc.), vii.
He had a good deal to say, and much of it was in the form of jeux de mots.
His father's sense, his mother's grace (jeux d'Esprit, etc.), vii.
But elsewhere it is coupled with games played on a board, jeux de tables, as if of the same nature as draughts or chess.
Naturally they assumed the form of aphorisms, epigrams, jeux d'esprit.
The sacred song that on mine ear (jeux d'Esprit, etc.), iii.
As a satirist he has superiors, but scarcely as an inventor of jeux d'esprit.
Famed for their civil and domestic quarrels (jeux d'Esprit, etc.), vii.
His letters abound with jests and jeux d'esprit, which were often taken seriously as admissions of an immoral character.