Es`prit" (?), n. [F. See Spirit.]

Spirit.

Esprit de corps (), a French phrase much used by English writers to denote the common spirit pervading the members of a body or association of persons. It implies sympathy, enthusiasm, devotion, and jealous regard for the honor of the body as a whole.

 

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