[ US /ˈfɹɛntʃmæn/ ]
  1. a person of French nationality
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How To Use Frenchman In A Sentence

  • But what is wonderful about him - what saves him, glorifies him and makes him special - is the imperishable cultural truth that you can take a Frenchman out of France but you cannot take France out of a Frenchman.
  • The words heard by the party upon the staircase were the Frenchman's exclamations of horror and affright, commingled with the fiendish jabberings of the brute.
  • IT is more than a hundred years since the elementary principle of the storage battery or "accumulator" was detected by a Frenchman named Edison, His Life and Inventions
  • English blood, had a kind of hankering after it, and would almost rather have such at his board than even a true-born American; and infinitely more welcome were they than Frenchman, Spaniard, or Erema
  • She rested her fingers on the artery at the side of his neck, then looked at the young Frenchman. WHEN THE APRICOTS BLOOM
  • He was a Frenchman and very nice, but a _devot_, and anxious to convert me. Selections from Previous Works and Remarks on Romanes' Mental Evolution in Animals
  • One man's drizzled is another man's bathed; a jus here is a sauce there; a Frenchman's entrecôte chasseur is a Rosbif's steak and mushrooms.
  • Carne (who had taken most kindly to the fortune which made him an untrue Englishman) clapped his breast with both hands; not proudly, as a Frenchman does, nor yet with that abashment and contempt of demonstration which make a true Briton very clumsy in such doings; while Daniel Tugwell, being very solid, and by no means “emotional” — as people call it nowadays — was looking at him, to the utmost of his power Springhaven
  • The Frenchman cherished all the traditional hatred of his race for the profession of "mouchard," and would not be able to understand that a detective was of a higher standing. The Secret Passage
  • Frenchman, who skulked so that I made sure of him, and not a blessed anker of foreign brandy, nor even a forty-pound bag of tea. Mary Anerley
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