esprit : Definition, Usages, News and More

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es pree

  • n  liveliness of mind or spirit

  • Nixon also succeeded in conveying to his audience a sense of esprit and solidity at the top, even if most of the appointments did little to add to the public knowledge of the .
  • In his eagerness to sweep out the cobwebs from the paper (PTI, April 18), he has also swept out much of the paper's oldtime esprit de corps.
  • On an a recent visit, the battalion displayed an attention to detail and an esprit de corps quite startling to someone who has spent too much time around Middle Eastern armies.
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  • Herb Kelleher in Dallas Morning News
    The people of Southwest have always been my pride, my joy, and my love,Kelleher said in a statement. "Their indomitable dedication and esprit de corps have taken Southwest from a three-airplane dream to a 500-airplane reality."
  • Ninoy Aquino in
    The foundation of the morale and esprit de corps of any military organization is a merit-based officer corps, issuing clear orders that comply with both the spirit and letter of the law,he said. "The effectiveness of any military...
  • President Bush in The Age
    These are unusual people, who are very courageous, determined and dedicated and I had this special sense, when I was with them, of esprit de corps,Bush told reporters.

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