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1811, Jane Austen, ''Sense and Sensibility'', chapter 21
- “I do not comprehend the meaning of the word. But this I can say, that if he ever was a beau before he married, he is one still, for there is not the smallest alteration in him.”
- “Oh! dear! one never thinks of married mens’(SI) being beaux—they have something else to do.”
1917, Kate Douglas Wiggin, ''Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm'', p. 142:
- Hannah's beau takes all her time 'n' thought, and when she gits a husband her mother'll be out o' sight and out o' mind.
2009, Philippa Bourke, ''Monsters and Critics'' http://www.monstersandcritics.com/people/news/article_1518335.php/Kristin-Davis-takes-cover-on-beach-with-beauixzz0ZRsqa5SS, Dec 10, 2009:
- Kristin Davis has taken time out to enjoy the surf and sand with her Australian beau, photographer Russell James.
A male escort.
''Il fait beau.''
It is nice out.
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(quote-book)|title=Lai de Isclavret|passage=beaus chevalers e bons esteite noblement se cunteneit.|translation=Hansome knight and good was he and he behaved nobly.
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