In 1981, marguerite was buried next to Lee; they have spent more time together in death than they did in life.
The wartime letters had to be recovered and marguerite must be stopped from revealing the affair.
Jacques and marguerite agreed for once to take a real holiday and spent the whole of September in Venice, at the Lido.
During the time I knew marguerite, there was only one moment in which I truly felt any compassion for her.
Jacques and marguerite started to think about buying a new house.
That is the way they did it; that is the way Benda and marguerite had done it.
From Marot as a poet much was learned by marguerite of Navarre.
marguerite felt herself entangled in one of those webs, from which she could hope for no escape.
Here in Cuba, marguerite, the moon is other than with you in the north.
The child was silent for a few moments and marguerite turned again to her own thoughts.
"oxeye daisy," 1866, from French marguerite (see Margaret). "According to French etymologists, this use of F. marguerite is not from the personal name, but comes directly from the sense 'pearl.' " [OED] In Middle English, margaret "a daisy" is attested from early 15c.