Definition of Trottoirs

1. trottoir [n] - See also: trottoir



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trottoirs

trothplight
trothplighted
trothplighting
trothplights
troths
trotline
trotlines
trots
trotted
trotter
trotters
trotting
trotting horse
trottings
trottoir
trottoirs (current term)
trottole
trotyl
trotyls
trou
trou-de-loup
troubadour
troubadourism
troubadours
troublable
trouble
trouble-free
trouble-shoot
trouble and strife
trouble in paradise

Literary usage of Trottoirs

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1. The Legal News by James Kirby (1897)
"••si je suis élu je ferai faire les trottoirs." Narcisse Hens says defendant did promise. Defendant said that " il les ferait faire. ..."

2. Paris and the Parisians in 1835 [i.e. Eighteen Thirty-five]. by Frances (Milton) Trollope (1836)
"Introduction of Carpets and trottoirs.—Maisonnettes—Not likely to answer in Paris.— The necessity of a Porter and Porter's Lodge. ..."

3. GWF; Das Gas- und Wasserfach (1884)
"Die Hydranten liegen unter den trottoirs. Der durchschnittliche Druck in der Leitung ... Die Hydranten liegen vorherrschend auf den trottoirs und nur ..."

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