Definition of Fadeurs
1. fadeur [n] - See also: fadeur
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fadeurs
fadeurs (current term)
Literary usage of Fadeurs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The royal phraseological English-French, French-English dictionary by John Charles Tarver (1853)
"Il ne fait que dire des fadeurs, he »ays nothing but insipid things—he talks mawkishly. Dire des fadeurs à une femme, to pay silly compliment» to a woman. ..."
2. The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore by Thomas Moore (1910)
"But he seems to have collected his notions of gallantry from the insipid fadeurs of the French romances, which have nothing congenial with the graceful ..."
3. The Contemporary Review (1873)
"... to give mobility to the cesura, to cariy the sense beyond the couplet, to substitute definite and picturesque words in place of the fadeurs of classical ..."