entente cordiale

NOUN
  1. a friendly understanding between political powers
  2. an informal alliance between countries
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How To Use entente cordiale In A Sentence

  • Instead of an entente cordiale of mutual admiration, he has faced awkward questions about Afghanistan troop levels, Turkey-phobia, and the French nuclear arsenal.
  • This doorstop of a book chronicles how - through invasions, revolutions and coups - the arts have flourished in the city and details its entente cordiale between art and politics from the Gothic to de Gaulle.
  • Britain and France, whose alliance dated to the entente cordiale of 1904 and two world wars, drew opposite lessons from this humiliation.
  • Unlike the original entente cordiale, which was the product of mutual concern about a hostile power before the first world war, the latest deal is being presented as the product of hard-headed pragmatism, designed to maximise each nation's military capabilities while saving money. Liam Fox: Anglo-French defence treaty will not compromise UK sovereignty
  • Unlike the original entente cordiale, which was the product of mutual concern about a hostile power before the first world war, the latest treaty is the product of hard-headed pragmatism, designed to maximise each nation's military capabilites while saving money. Britain and France to seal defence pact
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