Definition of Etourdi

1. thoughtless [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Etourdi

etofenprox
etoglucid
etoile
etoiles
etolin
etomidate
etomoxir
etonitazene
etoolin
etoperidone
etoposide
etoposides
etorphine
etouffee
etouffees
etourdi (current term)
etourdie
etoxeridine
etozolin
etranger
etrangers
etravirine
etrenne
etrennes
etretinate
etrier
etriers
ets
ett
etter pike

Literary usage of Etourdi

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1. Louis the Fourteenth, and the Court of France in the Seventeenth Century by Pardoe (Julia) (1847)
"... Festivities—The etourdi of Moliere—Louis XIV. an Actor and a Dancer— The Superintendent Fouquet—The Coronation of Louis XIV.—The Marquis de Fabert—The ..."

2. Old Paris: Its Court and Literary Salons by Catherine Charlotte Jackson (1880)
"The King's Illness.—The Quack and the Court Physicians.— Mazarin flatters Cromwell.—Debut of Moliere in " L'etourdi." —La Troupe de Monsieur. ..."

3. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1851)
"... figures d'un tableau ou les personnages qui tapissent tin monument, on est etourdi a la vue de ces figures hautes depuis six pieds jusqu'a six ponces, ..."

4. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"1658) was L'etourdi. La Grange says the comedy had a great success, producing seventy pistoles for each actor. The success is admitted even by the spiteful ..."

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