Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See reynard.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A fox; -- so called in fables or familiar tales, and in poetry.
“The different sticks are (in descending point value) cerf, chevreuil, renard, blaireau, and lièvre -- and of course the same animals in German.”
“Sunday, June 27, 2010 at 05: 12 AM apprivoiser: "creer des liens" Ch 21 le renard du Petit Prince Joan L.”
“Sunday, June 27, 2010 at 05:12 AM apprivoiser: "creer des liens" Ch 21 le renard du Petit Prince Joan L.”
“Even with FL and MI seated at 100% Obama still has more pledged delegates than Clinton after all the pledged delegates are awarded. renard”
“The different sticks are in descending point value cerf, chevreuil, renard, blaireau, and lièvre -- and of course the same animals in German.”
“I return home immediately to assess the full extent of the renard problem and realise very swiftly that this is not something that I can just carry by spade and bury in the small but rapidly growing cemetery in my back garden.”
“The Fox also delivers one of the most quoted of all of St. X's lines: Adieu, dit le renard.”
“Je ne suis pout toi qu'un renard semblable à cent mille renards.”
“We don't know if the gendarmes affectionately refer to the browser as "le renard du feu", yet AFX News quoted the IT director of the force as saying 70,000 desktop computers would be converted to Firefox and its e-mail client Thunderbird because of the navigator's "reliability, security and inter-operability with other state services".”
“Avant le chevreuil zon croisé un renard qui comptait les voiture au bord de la route une chouette aussi qui faisait le meme travail mais pour les oiseau de nuit ...”
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