There may even be a greater accumulation of spite in it than in l'homme
de la nature et de la verite.
After half an hour's interview in the dining-room, during which they got in touch with each other in an amazing way, Rita told us in her best GRANDE DAME manner: "MAIS IL ESI PARFAIT, CET HOMME
." He was perfect.
"La femme est la compagne de l'homme
,"* announced Prince Hippolyte, and began looking through a lorgnette at his elevated legs.
In what sense, pray?" We were talking French and he used the term homme
"C'est un homme
qui n'a pas..." the gentleman of the bedchamber was beginning, but he stopped to make room, bowing, for a member of the Imperial family to pass.
"Quel charmant jeune homme
!" murmured Madame Pelet in a low voice.
They generally wore feathers in their hats, and affected the "brave." "Je suis un homme
du nord!"-"I am a man of the north,"-one of these swelling fellows would exclaim, sticking his arms akimbo and ruffling by the Southwesters, whom he regarded with great contempt, as men softened by mild climates and the luxurious fare of bread and bacon, and whom he stigmatized with the inglorious name of pork- eaters.
It meant nothing to Tarzan, of course, for he could not tell one language from another, so when he pointed to the word man which he had printed upon a piece of bark he learned from D'Arnot that it was pronounced HOMME
, and in the same way he was taught to pronounce ape, SINGE and tree, ARBRE.
vous trouverez notre general un brave homme
, et bien poli avec les dames."
Nicholas, or Santa Claus, as he is termed, were never forgotten among the inhabitants of New York, until the emigration from New England brought in the opinions and usages of the Puritans, like the “bon homme
de Noel.” he arrives at each Christmas.
"Tell him it's a very exceptional chance," answered Mademoiselle Noemie; "an homme
du monde--one gentleman conversing with another!
Le coeur d'un beau jeune homme
est souvent difforme.