His pleasures, as Sir Lucius knew, would soon pall; for he easily perceived that the Duke was not heartless enough for a rou.
For no one doubted but that he was as dangerous a rou as his hero.
He bade fair to be utterly used up and a rou in a few years, if he were to continue at the pace at which he was going.
There stood the rou—the duellist—and, with all his faults, the hero too!
This spiritualism of the rou, concealed by religious spiritualism, has a powerful influence.
Now which of the two is preferable—the pride of a virtuous youth, or the rou exhausted and worn out by sexual abuses?
One notices everywhere the narrow chest, sloping shoulders and effeminate appearance of the typical Parisian rou.
Marie Christine de Brignole had married at eighteen a rou of forty, the former lover of her mother.
A friend, rather a rou, met him one day, and complained that he felt infernal pains (douleurs denfer).
But a man need not be a fine gentleman nor a rou to think ill of womankind.