Dhôte in a sentence

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How to use dhôte in a sentence. Dhôte pronunciation.

Though rough, dirty and uncomfortable, they enjoyed the Jew's dinner or table d'hôte, though it consisted merely of a baked leg of mutton at the top, with a baked shoulder at bottom and a dish of small potatoes in the middle-nothing else whatever-neither pie, pudding, or cheese; but they had given themselves a good wash, and a change of linen, and a bottle of Barclay and Perkins at dinner had now restored them to good humour.
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He learned the meaning of the cabalistic sign, "Table d'hôte.
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Tous les soirs, M. Zola descendait dîner à table d'hôte, et il trouvait occasion d'y exercer ses facultés d'observation.
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We have often remarked (but we presume the remark is applicable to all despotic countries) that the French political conversation, such as is heard at caffés and tables d'hôte, relates more to men, and less to measures, and appears to be more guided by personal attachments or antipathies, than that to which we are accustomed in England. The character that appears to be most wanted in France, is that of disinterested public-spirited individuals, of high honour and integrity, and of large possessions and influence, who do not interfere in public affairs from views of ambition, but from a sense of duty-who have no wish to dazzle the eyes of the multitude, and do not seek for a more extensive influence than that to which their observation and experience entitle them.
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It is a common thing to see artisans and mechanics sitting down to a dinner, at a table d'hôte, of ten or twelve dishes; such a dinner as would be esteemed excellent living in England.
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The company was, therefore, rather low, and the table scantily provided; but I should think, that for gentlemen travellers, a _table d'hôte_, where a good one is held, would be the best manner of dining.-Distance 30 miles to St Vallier.
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With a little applied education, Americans can bring the charm of the French table to their own homes rather than when they are, as they say, tired of the same old round of "eats," seeking out a nondescript table d'hôte restaurant and eagerly consuming what is set before them, grateful for a change.
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Examples of Dhôte

Example #1
They found that the company at the table was much better than the dishes, and that they had all gone through the same miserable landing at the Fort, and some of them had even suffered considerably by falling down in the mud; so, as we draw comfort out of other men's misfortunes, and it is better to laugh than weep, our newly-arrived emigrants began to think the place was not so bad after all.
Example #2
They were, at any rate, great travellers, and were determined to make light of troubles and inconveniences, as all travellers do.
Example #3
He began to dine out.
Example #4
One day his eyes fell on an English-French phrase-book.
Example #5
Mais M. Zola n'y jetait même pas un coup d'œil, et se contentait des nouvelles que lui rapportait son compagnon d'exil.
Example #6
M. Desmoulins, dont la fièvre dreyfusarde était alors plus forte que jamais, les dévorait d'un bout à l'autre.