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Part of Speech: noun
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Examples of usage:
  • Carford, here is M. de Fontelles. - "Simon Dale", Anthony Hope.
  • We're right close to de line now. - "The House Behind the Cedars", Charles W. Chesnutt.
  • I go to hear the De Profundis! - "The Regent's Daughter", Alexandre Dumas (Pere).
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