No, sans-souci, consolation for such a calamity is impossible.
I will be a farm-hand, and I promise you that sans-souci will follow my example.
The king laid his flute aside, and with his hands folded behind his back, walked thoughtfully up and down his room in sans-souci.
If I do it, he will take the news to sans-souci, and perhaps the king will be contented.
The king took his friend's arm, and recommenced his search for paintings and treasures to adorn his gallery at sans-souci.
We had now reached the obelisk, near the gate of sans-souci.
And sans-souci would depart, charged with this twofold commission; but he always returned without learning anything.
Frederick had erected in his garden at sans-souci a temple in memory of his sister dedicated to "Friendship."
Like an alluring, radiant picture of paradise, the image of his beloved sans-souci passed from time to time before his soul.
A number of other boys were chosen as his playmates, and he and his brothers spent many merry hours in the park at sans-souci.
"without care or concern," French. Name of Frederick the Great's royal palace at Potsdam.