Definition of Blagues

1. blague [n] - See also: blague



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blagues

blaer
blaes
blaest
blaff
blaffs
blag
blaggard
blaggards
blagged
blagger
blaggers
blagging
blaggings
blags
blague
blagues (current term)
blagueur
blagueurs
blah
blah blah blah
blahdy
blahdy blah
blahed
blahg
blahgs
blahing
blahs
blain
blains
blaise

Literary usage of Blagues

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Argot and Slang: A New French and English Dictionary of the Cant Words by Albert Marie Victor Barrère (1889)
"Ne faire que des blagues is said of a literary man whose productions are of no importance. ... Tu blagues tout le temps,you talk all the time. ..."

2. Auld Lang Syne by Friedrich Max Müller (1898)
"Not far from my house there was a tobacconist's shop, called Aux trois blagues, with three tobacco pouches painted over the window. ..."

3. French Life in Town and Country by Hannah Lynch (1901)
"These three republican assurances he qualified as mere blagues; and told me of a jocose tobacconist who wrote them on the sign-board of his shop, ..."

4. A Catalogue of the Bradshaw Collection of Irish Books in the University by Cambridge University Library Bradshaw Irish collection (1916)
"As also Sir Richard blagues Speech ... (sic) Answer to Sr. Richard blagues Speech. Published By His Majesties Speciall Command. Hage : Printed by Samuell ..."

5. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1853)
"From blague comes the verb blaguer, which the same authority says means “ dire des blagues ; mentir pour le plaisir de-mentir.” And from blaguer comes the ..."

6. Argot and Slang: A New French and English Dictionary of the Cant Words by Albert Marie Victor Barrère (1889)
"Ne faire que des blagues is said of a literary man whose productions are of no importance. ... Tu blagues tout le temps,you talk all the time. ..."

7. Auld Lang Syne by Friedrich Max Müller (1898)
"Not far from my house there was a tobacconist's shop, called Aux trois blagues, with three tobacco pouches painted over the window. ..."

8. French Life in Town and Country by Hannah Lynch (1901)
"These three republican assurances he qualified as mere blagues; and told me of a jocose tobacconist who wrote them on the sign-board of his shop, ..."

9. A Catalogue of the Bradshaw Collection of Irish Books in the University by Cambridge University Library Bradshaw Irish collection (1916)
"As also Sir Richard blagues Speech ... (sic) Answer to Sr. Richard blagues Speech. Published By His Majesties Speciall Command. Hage : Printed by Samuell ..."

10. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1853)
"From blague comes the verb blaguer, which the same authority says means “ dire des blagues ; mentir pour le plaisir de-mentir.” And from blaguer comes the ..."

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