Definition of Degage

1. Adjective. Free and relaxed in manner. "Rather degage after the nervousness he had shown at dinner"

Similar to: Relaxed



2. Adjective. Showing lack of emotional involvement. "An uninvolved bystander"
Exact synonyms: Detached, Uninvolved
Similar to: Unconcerned

Definition of Degage

1. free and relaxed in manner [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Degage

defying
defyingly
defœdate
defœdated
defœdates
defœdation
defœdations
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deg.
degage (current term)
degame
degames
degami
degamis
deganglionate
degarnish
degarnished
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degarnishing
degarnishment
degas
degases
degasification
degasifications

Literary usage of Degage

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1. The Sourcebook of Architectural and Interior Art 19 by GUILD Sourcebooks (2004)
"My goal is to forge a relationship with each client to bring forth a collaborative vision for highly crafted works of art. degage STUDIOS Page l69 Trudy ..."

2. Independent Sixth Reader: Containing a Complete Treatise on Elocution, Both by James Madison Watson (1875)
"... that made me mistrust even while I liked my companion: perhaps, indeed, he was too frank, too familiar, too degage,2 to be quite natural. 12. ..."

3. Year Books of the Reign of King Edward the First by Alfred John Horwood (1864)
"... estre degage ; apres qy mort Williame entra cum frere e heir, e ad pris e coupe a sa volunte de sa en are re ..."

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