Definition of Eloigner
1. one that eloigns [n -S] - See also: eloigns
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Literary usage of Eloigner
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1. A Portion of the Journal Kept by Thomas Raikes, Esq., from 1831 to 1847 by Thomas Raikes (1856)
"... and when some allusion was made to the subject, he replied with admirable fatuity, " II parait que M. Thiers desire beaucoup m'eloigner de Paris. ..."
2. The Essentials of French Grammar by Charles Hall Grandgent (1900)
"Of. c ' S'eloigner' is a reflexive verb. Exercise. Inflect the indicative present of 'eloigner,' the descriptive past of 'jeter,' the narrative past of ..."
3. A Dictionary of Difficulties; Or, Appendix to the French Grammar by Pierre François Merlet (1837)
"eloigner, 'to remove to a greater distance.' The first comes from écart, ' aside,' and the other from loin, ' far. ..."
4. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke (1894)
"... elsewhere he speaks of ce qui en decoule naturellement, ne God as one object among many (fire, parait guere s.eloigner de mon sens sur loadstone, &c. ..."