[ US /ˈæbi, æˈbeɪ/ ]
  1. a French abbot
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How To Use abbe In A Sentence

  • Frogs and newts have already been attracted to three new natural spring ponds at Abbey Meads School.
  • Could be that, or maybe she's a little wigged out working in an office full of blabbermouths.
  • A couple of times her footholds cracked and she plunged a few heart-stopping feet, but luckily she grabbed another hold.
  • Taiwan grabbed two gold medals, two silvers and one bronze at the Athens Olympics.
  • Cornwall, the which abbeie Henrie de la Pomerey chasing out the moonks, had fortified against the king, and hearing newes of the kings returne home, died (as it was thought) for méere gréefe and feare. Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (6 of 12) Richard the First
  • In the closet scene, Hamlet mistook her father for the king, and he fatally stabbed him.
  • Tarl stood up and grabbed her bag from the overhead.
  • As Hayden recalled the velvety softness of her breast against his palm, a pang of guilt stabbed him. One Night Of Scandal
  • Facing off against Daredevil's way coolist foe of the day, Death-Stalker, the team-up had a great moment when the villain grabbed GR's flaming skull and was freaked to find that he wouldn't die. DAREDEVIL #102 Marvel Comics, 1973
  • Nowadays the word jabberwocky is used to mean nonsensical language in general. †"V Venkata Rao, Ahmedabad The Times of India
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