Definition of Stephane

1. an ancient Greek headdress [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stephane

stepfatherly
stepfathers
stepfathers-in-law
stepgrandchild
stepgrandchildren
stepgranddaughter
stepgranddaughters
stepgrandfather
stepgrandfathers
stepgrandmother
stepgrandmothers
stepgrandson
stepgrandsons
stephanandra
stephanandras
stephane (current term)
stephanes
stephanion
stephanions
stephanite
stephanoberyciform
stephanotis
stephanotises
stephead
stepkid
stepkids
stepladder
stepladders
steple
steples

Literary usage of Stephane

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1. American Book Prices Current (1921)
"MALLARME (stephane).—Continued. Hunter, G., Jan. 21, '20. (56) $42.50. Orig. paper covers, unc. (inserted is card with autograph of JM Whistler with ..."

2. History of the World War by Frank Herbert Simonds (1917)
"... stephane LAUZANNE, Editor of the Paris Matin 1.—M. DELCASSE In the month of July, 1898, M. Theophile Delcasse, the newly appointed Minister of Foreign ..."

3. The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore: Terracotta Figurines of the Classical by Gloria S. Merker (2000)
"Missing flat slice of right side, from stephane to chin; nose, ... Missing left earring, hair at left side of neck, part of stephane at right side. ..."

4. The Poets of Modern France by Ludwig Lewisohn (1918)
"... among the men of their own land and speech, to one dead and two living writers: to Charles Baudelaire, Paul Verlaine and stephane Mallarme. ..."

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