She said she thought it vieux jeu, and preferred Debussy: a foolish comparison.
Some one had said that she looked like the vieux jeu, idea of the queen in Hamlet.
Even the vieux jeu of the designing widow took on a certain freshness in the robust bands of Miss Rosina Filippi.
However, this is vieux jeu, and has nothing to do with Prague.
After all, she's a child still, and doesn't realize what vieux jeu all that sort of thing is.
Even gallantry with its mimic of being jealous and its pretended constancy was vieux jeu.
It was vieux jeu, this lecturing from Alfred; at least it didn't stir him to the depths as did the burning phrases of Milt.