Definition of Perriers
1. perrier [n] - See also: perrier
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Perriers
Literary usage of Perriers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Life of Marguerite D'Angoulême, Queen of Navarre, Duchess D'Alençon and by Martha Walker Freer (1854)
"Marguerite's colleague in the composition of these nouvelles, was Bonaventure DCS perriers, one of her gentlemen ushers. Des perriers was a wit, a savant, ..."
2. British Journal by George Cruikshank (1853)
"After his departure from their frontier, peace was restored to the home of the perriers, though not without a family storm. Claude raged, father Jean ..."
3. The Life of Marguerite D'Angoulême, Queen of Navarre, Duchesse D'Alençon and by Martha Walker Freer (1856)
"Marguerite's colleague in the composition of these nouvelles, was Bonaventure Des perriers, one of her gentlemen ushers. Des perriers was a wit, a savant, ..."
4. Memoirs of Literature: Containing a Large Account of Many Valuable Books by Michel de La Roche (1722)
"5uch is the Scope of the Fourth Dialogue, which, in my Opinion, would not have been the laft, if Jet perriers had lived long enough to ..."
5. The Practice & Procedure of the House of Lords: In English, Scotch & Irish by Charles Marsh Denison, Charles Henderson Scott (1879)
"He asserts that this has been done on many occasions, and instances the cases of Aline perriers, of Holt and Burgh, of the Earl of ..."