Examples of musketeer in a Sentence
the two little musketeers were never seen apart
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At Hottinger & Partners, his boy-made-good banter paired well with his new colleague, Clermont-Tonnerre, who resembles a modern-day musketeer—tall, suave, and hailing from one of France’s best-known aristocratic families.
The happy couple received their third musketeer in the summer of 2014, as Luis Suarez moved to Catalunya from Liverpool and resurrected the nostalgic social media acronym: MSN.
Most are familiar with The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, in which young D’Artagnan leaves home to seek glory as a musketeer.
The three musketeers themselves — actors Alexander Sovronsky, Zack Robidas, and Ian Merrill Peakes — are a steady comic presence, though Athos (played by Peakes, a three-time, Barrymore winner) still has his secret, tragic side.
Against Gonzaga, however, the Musketeers never got traction.
Sumner, who left two years of NCAA eligibility on the table and opted to leave the Musketeers while recovering from an ACL tear, was selected early Friday morning in the NBA Draft.
The prize for winning the Men's Singles event is something call the Musketeers' Cup The Musketeers are legendary French tennis stars mentioned above: René Lacoste, Henri Cochet, Jacques Brugnon and Jean Borotra.
Musketeers at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival is directed by old friend and eminent fight director Rick Sordelay, who has always wanted to direct the show.
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Origin and Etymology of musketeer
First Known Use: 1590See Words from the same year
Synonymsalter ego, amigo, buddy, chum, compadre, comrade, confidant, confidante, crony, familiar, intimate, mate [chiefly British], friend, pal
Related Wordsacquaintance; associate, cohort, colleague, companion, fellow, hearty, hobnobber, partner, peer, sport; blood brother, brother, main man, sister; abettor (also abetter), accomplice, ally, collaborator, confederate; pen pal; benefactor, supporter, sympathizer, well-wisher; friendly
Near Antonymsadversary, antagonist, competitor, opponent, rival; archenemy, nemesis
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