Fleury



[flur-ee, floo r-ee] /ˈflɜr i, ˈflʊər i/

adjective, Heraldry.
1.
terminating in fleurs-de-lis:
a cross fleury.
2.
ornamented with fleurs-de-lis.
[flœ-ree] /flœˈri/
noun
1.
André Hercule de
[ahn-drey er-kyl duh] /ɑ̃ˈdreɪ ɛrˈkül də/ (Show IPA), 1653–1743, French cardinal and statesman.
2.
Claude
[klohd] /kloʊd/ (Show IPA), 1640–1723, French ecclesiastical historian.
/French flœri/
noun
1.
André Hercule de (ɑ̃dre ɛrkyl də). 1653–1743, French cardinal and statesman: Louis XV’s chief adviser and virtual ruler of France (1726–43)

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