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  • Damas had ever a red panache.†   (source)
  • Kay's panache, for instance, was shaped like a rigid, flat fan, with its edges pointing fore and aft It was carefully arranged out of the eyes of peacock feathers, exactly as if a stiff peacock fan had been erected endwise on his head.†   (source)
  • … CYRANO (opening his eyes, recognizing her, and smiling): MY PANACHE.†   (source)
  • You suddenly see that Shakespear, with all his flashes and divinations, never understood virtue and courage, never conceived how any man who was not a fool could, like Bunyan's hero, look back from the brink of the river of death over the strife and labor of his pilgrimage, and say "yet do I not repent me"; or, with the panache of a millionaire, bequeath "my sword to him that shall succeed me in my pilgrimage, and my courage and skill to him that can get it."†   (source)
  • Homer is equally confident that his plan is under way, and has the panache to insert an idyllic comedy of love, the story of Hera's 'seduction of Zeus in Book XIV.†   (source)
  • MRS YELVERTON BARRY: (In lowcorsaged opal balldress and elbowlength ivory gloves, wearing a sabletrimmed brickquilted dolman, a comb of brilliants and panache of osprey in her hair) Arrest him, constable.†   (source)
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