Antoine is a French given name (from Latin Antonius) meaning beyond praise or highly praise-worthy.

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Famous quotes containing the word antoine:

    “Come, boys, I know there’s kindly hearts among so good a
    To be in such good company would make a deacon proud.
    —Hugh Antoine D’Arcy (1843–1925)

    And then I met a woman—now comes the funny
    With eyes that petrified my brain, and sunk into my heart.
    —Hugh Antoine D’Arcy (1843–1925)

    the vagabond began
    To sketch a face that well might buy the soul of any man.
    Then, as he placed another lock upon the shapely head,
    With a fearful shriek, he leaped and fell across the
    —Hugh Antoine D’Arcy (1843–1925)