Definition of Reveuses

1. reveuse [n] - See also: reveuse



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reveuses

revesting
revestries
revestry
revests
revesture
revet
revetement
revetment
revetments
revets
revetted
revetting
reveur
reveurs
reveuse
reveuses (current term)
revhead
revheads
revibrate
revibrated
revibrates
revibrating
revictimization
revictimizations
reviction
revictual
revictualed
revictualing
revictualled
revictualling

Literary usage of Reveuses

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1. History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century by Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigné (1851)
"... rises calm and majestic along its shores, so that no human power is able to resist its progress. BOOK X. AGITATION, reveuses, AKD PROGRESS. 1522 1626. ..."

2. Essays--Modern by Frederic William Henry Myers (1883)
"... passage on the duties of the poet:— " Dans ses poemes il mettrait les conseils au temps present, les esquisses reveuses de I'avenir; le reflet, tant-! ..."

3. Essays--modern by Frederic William Henry Myers (1897)
"... duties of the poet:— " Dans ses poemes il mettrait les conseils au temps pré- sent, les esquisses reveuses de l'avenir; le reflet, tantot eblouissant, ..."

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