Definition of Bergeres
1. bergere [n] - See also: bergere
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bergeres
Literary usage of Bergeres
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. New Voyages to North-America by Louis Armand de Lom d'Arce Lahontan, Victor Hugo Paltsits (1905)
"... off the Commander, and all the Soldiers, bating twelve, who had the good luck to get over it, as well as Mr. de bergeres, who by the advantage of a hale ..."
2. Book-prices Current: A Record of Prices at which Books Have Been Sold at Auction (1895)
"... en bergeres, I partie, 26 portraits upon 13 leaves, with title, frontispiece and 2 leaves of text—Ici suivent les Damoiselles Nobles et Dames de ..."
3. 'Hail and Farewell!' by George Moore (1914)
"If we did not go to a theater we went to a music-hall; the Folies bergeres was coming into fashion at that time, and we were often there till it was time to ..."