Saint-Exupéry

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Saint-Ex·u·pé·ry

 (săN-tĕg-zo͞o-pā-rē′, -zü-), Antoine de 1900-1944.
French writer and aviator best known for his fairy tale The Little Prince (1943).
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Saint-Exupéry

(French sɛ̃tɛɡzyperi)
n
(Biography) Antoine de (ɑ̃twan də). 1900–44, French novelist and aviator. His novels of aviation include Vol de nuit (1931) and Terre des hommes (1939). He also wrote the fairy tale Le petit prince (1943)
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Saint-Ex•u•pé•ry

(sɛ̃ tɛg zü peɪˈri)

n.
Antoine de, 1900–45, French author and aviator.
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