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Lexicographical Neighbors of Entete
Literary usage of Entete
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Linguist: Or, Weekly Instructions in the French & German Languages (1825)
"De sa table entete, from his table plagued with the headache, is an elliptical ... Ce vin entete, this wine is heady, it is apt to give the head-ache. ..."
2. French Grammar by Théodore Charles Laporte (1848)
"But it would be better to use aucun, and say : Cet homme est si entete qu'il ne se rend & aucune raison. 540. Aucun, as a pronoun, takes either gender, ..."
3. The Way of All Flesh by Samuel Butler, Richard Alexander Streatfeild (1916)
"... and he inflicted them, as I have already shown, on his old friends, week by week becoming more and more entete with himself and his own crotchets. ..."
4. The Works of John Adams, Second President of the United States: With a Life by John Adams, Charles Francis Adams (1865)
"... was more bold and open than ever I knew him. Said, it was the Stadtholder, who was the greatest—" le plus gt de ce pays-ci, entete comme une mule," &c. ..."
5. Main Currents in Nineteenth Century Literature by Georg Morris Cohen Brandes (1906)
"Moi, catholique entete," says Chateaubriand of himself. That is the correct word—obstinate, not fervent. Their power over their contemporaries lay in their ..."