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1. They loved a bon mot or anecdote but despised gossip.
2. By that bon mot , he meant to imply, no doubt, that only a listener who really involves himself is of importance to music or the makers of music.
3. Here's a little bon mot, from theresearch files.
4. Whitley, a willowy former City banker, peppered his talk with literary bon mots and some distinctly fast verse.
5. Though the battle was a decisive win for the English, Maupassant contends that their victory was somewhat muted as Louis had the best bon mot on the battlefield that day.
6. He often sets the table a-roaring with a well-placed bon mot.
7. He often set the table a - roaring with a well - placed bon mot.
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