Bon voyage, messieurs,' he said, as he brought them each a steaming cup of tea.
As I sat there, messieurs, a sight too beautiful greeted my eyes.
Puisque vous ne voulez pas vous rendre mes raisons, messieurs, continuez croire tout ce qu'il vous plaira du chteau des Carpathes.
"But I cannot, messieurs," the woman was saying, when the second voice interrupted her.
Well, messieurs, you would never believe what they have done, the rascals!
I have a little theory which you messieurs who go out there must help me to prove.
Is it true all that is said about these people, I would say, these messieurs?
Now, messieurs, if you will tell me what you want, I will buy the things for you.
messieurs, it is the justice of Haro that I ask, not your lax usage of it.
Bon voyage, messieurs.4 If you value your lives you will catch the first train for Paris.
1510s, from French monsieur, from mon sieur "my lord," from sieur "lord," shortened form of seigneur (see monseigneur) It was the historical title for the second son or next younger brother of the king of France.