Definition of Weil, Simone in English:

Weil, Simone

Syllabification: Weil, Simone
Pronunciation: /vīl, vā
 
/
  • (1909–43), French essayist, philosopher, and mystic. She joined the resistance movement in England during World War II and later died of tuberculosis while weakened by voluntary starvation to call attention to the plight of her French compatriots.

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