Billet Meaning in Hindi

Noun

  1. 1. डेरा (p. DerA )

Billet Definitions and Meaning in English

  1. 1. Provide housing for (military personnel)
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Billet Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "Si je perdais ma bibliothèque, j'aurais toujours le métro et l'autobus. Un billet le matin, un billet le soir et je lirais les visages. [in Citations de Marcel Jouhandeau]"
- Quote by Marcel Jouhandeau

2. "And that reminds me, Mama! I have just intercepted another of that puppy’s floral offerings to my sister. This billet was attached to it. (Charles)"
- Georgette Heyer, The Grand Sophy

3. "LE PRINCE Est-ce de l’époux ou de l’amant que vous avez peur ? LAURETTE C’est de la nuit. LE PRINCE Elle est perfide aussi, mais elle est discrète. Qu’oserez-vous lui confier ?... La réponse au billet ? LAURETTE Qu’en dirait-elle ? LE PRINCE Elle n’en laissera rien voir à l’époux. Elle lui donne le billet ; il le déchire. Ne la craignez pas, Laurette. Le secret d’une jeune fiancée est fait pour la nuit ; elle seule renferme les deux grands secrets du bonheur : le plaisir et l’oubli. LAURETTE Mais le chagrin ? LE PRINCE C’est une réflexion ; et il est si facile de la perdre ! LAURETTE Est-ce aussi un secret ?"
- Alfred de Musset, La nuit vénitienne

4. "Ah, the Springtime, when we think of all the lays That dreamy lovers send to dreamy mays, Of the fond hearts within a billet bound, Of all the soft silk paper that pens wound, The messages of love that mortals write Filled with intoxication of delight… — The Genesis of Butterflies"
- Quote by Victor Hugo

5. "She had stepped into more than his arms for a dance, had waited for the precise seconds so it was possible and socially forgivable—the sunlit wedding procession, the eternal meal—and she had passed him a billet-doux as if they were within a Dumas. The note she had written said Good-bye. Then it said Hello. And then it reminded him that A message sent by pigeon to The Hague can sometimes change everything. She had, like one of those partially villainous and always evolving heroines, turned his heart over on the wrong day."
- Michael Ondaatje, Divisadero

6. "You can rely too much, my love, on the unspoken things. And the wry smile. I have that smile myself, and I've learned the silence too, over the years. Along with your expressions, like No notion and Of necessity. What happens, though, when it is all unsaid, is that you wake up one morning, no, it's more like late one afternoon, and it's not just unsaid, it's gone. That's all. Just gone. I remember this word, that look, that small inflection, after all this. I used to hold them, trust them, read them like a rune. Like a sign that there was a house, a billet, a civilization where we were. I look back and I think I was just there all alone. Collecting wisps and signs."
- Renata Adler, Pitch Dark

7. "And as the music ended, he saw her, like a woman in a romance, pull from her cotton sleeve a note that she pushed into his breast pocket. It would burn there unread for another hour as he danced and talked with in-laws who did not matter to him, who got in the way, whose bloodline connection to him or his wife he could not care less about. Everything that was important to him existed suddenly in the potency of Marie-Neige. He could tell what the shallow freize of the wedding party that surrounded them would continue to be, and yet the one he knew best-he could not conceive how she would behave or respond to him in a week, or even in an hour. She had stepped into more than his arms for a dance, had waited for the precise seconds so it was possible and socially forgivable-the sunlit wedding procession, the eternal meal-and she had passed him a billet-doux as if they were within a Dumas. The note she had written said 'Good-bye.' Then it said 'Hello.' And then it reminded him that 'A"
- Michael Ondaatje, Divisadero

8. "The Genesis Of Butterflies The dawn is smiling on the dew that covers The tearful roses; lo, the little lovers That kiss the buds, and all the flutterings In jasmine bloom, and privet, of white wings, That go and come, and fly, and peep and hide, With muffled music, murmured far and wide. Ah, the Spring time, when we think of all the lays That dreamy lovers send to dreamy mays, Of the fond hearts within a billet bound, Of all the soft silk paper that pens wound, The messages of love that mortals write Filled with intoxication of delight, Written in April and before the May time Shredded and flown, playthings for the wind's playtime, We dream that all white butterflies above, Who seek through clouds or waters souls to love, And leave their lady mistress in despair, To flit to flowers, as kinder and more fair, Are but torn love-letters, that through the skies Flutter, and float, and change to butterflies"
- Quote by Victor Hugo

 
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