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Balzac

play
biographical name Bal·zac \ˈbȯl-ˌzak, ˈbal-, F bäl-ˈzäk\

Definition of Balzac

  1. Honoré de 1799–1850 Fr. nov.

Balzacian

play \bȯl-ˈzā-shən, bal-, -ˈza-kē-ən\ adjective


Rhymes with balzac

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