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[mir-uh-bel; French mee-ra-bel] /ˈmɪr əˌbɛl; French mi raˈbɛl/
a town in S Quebec, in E Canada. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • When I have said my say, I'll have a drop more—just to wash the taste of Mr. Mirabel out of my mouth.

    I Say No Wilkie Collins
  • If he loves a girl in Paris, he will not marry your Mirabel.

  • In the conservatory the ever-amiable Mirabel had left his friends for a while in search of flowers for Cecilia.

    I Say No Wilkie Collins
  • Ay, Mirabel, you will do well enough, but what will become of your friend?

    The Inconstant George Farquhar
  • Mirabel could no longer resist the conclusion that Francine had told him the truth.

    I Say No Wilkie Collins
  • Ferdinand caught the triumphant tones of Mirabel on the staircase.

    Henrietta Temple Benjamin Disraeli
  • Dear Mr. Mirabel bursts into enthusiasm and makes a charming reply.

    I Say No Wilkie Collins
  • Mr. Mirabel, on his social side, is an irresistible companion.

    I Say No Wilkie Collins
  • Mirabel's manner—studiously cold and formal thus far—altered on a sudden.

    I Say No Wilkie Collins
  • She has left the dance, and is looking with marked attention at Emily and Mirabel.

    I Say No Wilkie Collins

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