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  • “Ventrebleu!” and it WAS ventrebleu with him, I warrant you; for bleu, in the French language, means “through;” and ventre — why, you see, ventre means —

    Catherine: a story

  • But my little rogue kicked and plunged at the old parson's shins until he was obliged to get his sexton to hold him down, and swore, corbleu, morbleu, ventrebleu, that his young friend

    Barry Lyndon

  • "Ventrebleu!" and it WAS ventrebleu with him, I warrant you; for bleu, in the French language, means

    Catherine: a Story

  • "Mordieu! ventrebleu! sangdien!" cried a stifled voice.

    Chicot the Jester

  • But my little rogue kicked and plunged at the old parson’s shins until he was obliged to get his sexton to hold him down, and swore, corbleu, morbleu, ventrebleu, that his young friend Jacob should not be maltreated.

    The Memoires of Barry Lyndon

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