Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Laurel.

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Examples

  • As with Jane Herndon, the person with the name Laure is well known to me.

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  • Mme. Bourjot drew back when he called her Laure as if he had touched her.

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  • When Mrs. Grenby was gone, she called Laure to her, and welcomed her return with the most affectionate and flattering expressions of delight: She was either unable or unwilling to speak of the unexpected appearance of de Saint Ouïn, and Laure was little inclined to begin the subject.

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  • At his first word Laure looked up, startled; into her dark eyes, still misty with tears, there flamed

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  • For more information call Laure on 07866 974 563 or visit www.laure.co.uk the Treatment improved my sense of wellbeing and created a turning point in my life

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  • I’m gonna call Laure tonight and bug her to send me those pictures.

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  • This is the story of a woman named "Laure", who is packing her belongings and moving out of her apartment in Paris to go live with her fiance.

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  • "Laure," he whispered, "my little Laure, you love me.

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  • Does it mean tourists who follow Inspector Laure Berthaud's trail of mutilated bodies may not need their return tickets?

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  • A tender junior Boys Don't Cry, as 10-year-old Laure lies about her gender when she moves to a new town, and learns about sexual identity even as she struggles to maintain the deception.

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