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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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After having privately accouched a Spaniard under the espionage of her lover, he was assassinated by her husband, who surprised him in the telling of this clandestine operation.
In 1837 at Paris he accouched Mme. de la Baudraye who had been intimate with Lousteau; he was assisted by the celebrated accoucheur Duriau.
Guenic, whom he had accouched, and who had taken a dangerous relapse on learning of her husband's infidelity.