Crossword clues for anet
- Jean Schopfer's pen name
- Neat anagram
- Dill of yore
- Pickle herb
- Dill, formerly
- Caught in ___ (trapped)
- French author
- Waylon Jennings "Working Without ___"
- James "Can't catch love with ___ or a gun"
- Without -- (risky way to work)
- Work without ___ (take chances)
- Perform without ___
- Live Grateful Dead album "Without ___"
- Writer Claude
- Working without __ (taking chances)
- Without __: riskily
- Without ___ (perilously)
- French commune
- Working without --
- Working without __ (acting riskily)
- Work without ---
- Work without ___ (have no safety backup)
- Work without __ (act riskily)
- Tours want to turn ___ profit
- Operating without ________
- "Joy is __ of love by which you can catch souls": Mother Teresa
- ''Working Without ___'' (Waylon Jennings tune)
- Works without __
- Work without -- (risk injury)
- Work without -- (act riskily)
- Work without --
- Work without __: take chances
- Work without ___ (risk it)
- Work without ___ (risk failure)
- Work without __ (live dangerously)
- Work without __ (ask riskily)
- Without __: dangerously
- What it's risky to work without
- Waylon Jennings song "Working Without ___"
- Town near Ivry, Diane de Poitiers' home
- Spreads ___: seeks to trap
- Self-producing might be working without ___
- Self-producing artist might be working without ___
- Made ___ profit
- Live Dead album "Without ___"
- La Fille Perdue playwright
- Janis Ian album "Working Without __"
- Dill plant
- Author Claude
- Albums want to turn ___ profit
- "Working Without ---" (Waylon Jennings tune)
- "Working Without ___"
- "Without __": Grateful Dead album
- "Without ___" (1990 Grateful Dead album)
- "They have prepared ___": Psalms
- "Live Without ___" (Van Halen concert video)
- "Live Without ___" (1986 Van Halen tour video)
- "Fisherman with __": Frédéric Bazille painting
- "Fisherman with __": Bazille painting
- "Fisherman With ___" (1868 Frédéric Bazille painting)
- 'Without ' (Grateful Dead album)
- Without _____ (daringly)
- Operating without ___ (taking risks)
- Without ___ (daringly)
- Work without ___ (risk injury)
- Turn ___ profit
- Work without ___ (be daring)
- Work without ___ (take risks): 2 wds
- Working without ___ (taking risks)
- Without ___ (riskily)
- Without ___ (dangerously)
- "They have prepared ___ for my steps": Psalms 57:6
- "Fisherman With ___" (1868 FrГ©dГ©ric Bazille painting)
- "Without ___" (Grateful Dead album)
- Without ___ (unsafely)
- Van Halen's "Live Without ___"
- Dill herb of the Bible
- Flying without ___
- "Without ___" (1990 live Grateful Dead album)
- "Fisherman With ___" (1868 Fr"
- "He hath spread ___ . . . "
- Dill of the Bible
- Claude ___, Swiss-French author
- " . . . as a wild bull in ___": Isa. 51:20
- "They have spread ___ . . . ": Psalm 140
- French violinist: 18th century
- Town west of 91 Down
- A contemporary of Loti
- French writer or town
- Pen name of writer J. Schopfer
- Claude ___, pseudonym of author Jean Schopfer
- Writer Claude ___
- "They have prepared ___ . . . ": Psalm 57
- Old-time dill
- "Les Bergeries" author
- "They hunt . . . with ___": Mic. 7:2
- Memorable French violinist
- " . . . prepared ___ for my steps": Psalm 57
- Biblical dill
- Aromatic herb of the Bible
- "They have spread ___ . . . ": Psalms
- French novelist Claude
- Dill of old
- " . . . ___ for my steps": Psalm 57
- Without ___ (unprotected)
- French writer Claude ___
- "He hath spread ___ for my feet"
- Swiss-French author
- Dill, old style
- He wrote "Petite Ville"
- Author Claude ___
- " . . . as a wild bull in ___": Isaiah
- Noted French violinist: 17th c.
- Jean Baptiste ___, French violinist
- Schopfer's pen name
- Loti contemporary
- Old seed making a court divider?
- Swiss writer
- Flavoring seed
- Dill seed
- Author Schopfer's pen name
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Anet \An"et\, n. [F. aneth, fr. L. anethum, Gr. 'a`nhqon. See Anise.] The herb dill, or dillseed.
n. The herb dill, or dillseed.
Anet is a commune in the Eure-et-Loir department in northern France. It is situated between the rivers Eure and Vègre, northeast of Dreux by rail.
It possesses the remains of a magnificent castle, the Château d'Anet built in the middle of the 16th century by Henry II for Diana of Poitiers. Near it is the plain of Ivry-la-Bataille, where Henry IV defeated the armies of the Catholic League in 1590.
The opening scene of the James Bond's movie "Thunderball" has been shot in Anet.
Anet is a commune in France.
Anet may also refer to:
- Canadian born singer/songwriter Annette Ducharme
- Game developer ArenaNet (commonly shortened to ANet)
- Airliners.net, aviation website and discussion forum
- Air Nippon Network (commonly shortened to A-net)
- Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament (ANET)
- The ticker symbol for Arista Networks on the New York Stock Exchange
Usage examples of "anet".
She still must follow citizen Anet as the feminine pronoun follows the masculine, or as a verb agrees with its nominative case in number and in person.
But with what a lordly freedom from all obligation does citizen Anet, representative of this nobility of sex, accept the allegiance!
Nevertheless it is a good piece of travel, and anyone who will undertake it will see Louviers and will pass Anet, where the greatest work of the Renaissance once stood, and will go through lonely but rich pastures until at last he gets to Chartres by the right gate.
Diane had fallen ill and had retired to her beautiful chateau of Anet which enhanced the beauty of the valley of the Eure and which Philibert Delorme had helped her to make one of the most magnificent examples of architecture in the country.
Mary wanted to know if there was any news from Anet, but under the eyes of the Queen, she dared not ask.
With the ageing mistress sick at Anet some said dyingthat tension must increase.