Definition of Détraqués

1. Noun. (plural of détraqué) ¹



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Definition of Détraqués

1. detraque [n] - See also: detraque

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Détraqués

dæmonize
dæmonized
dæmonizes
dæmonizing
dæmonolatry
dæmonomancy
dæmonomania
dæmons
décadi
décolletée
département
départements
détraqué
détraqués (current term)
e
e'en
e'er
e-
e-Business
e-Businesses
e-auction
e-auctions
e-banking
e-bike
e-bikes
e-billing
e-book
e-book reader

Literary usage of Détraqués

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1. The Bookman (1908)
"... Originaux et Detraques and Lettres stir ['Education. Christmas in French Canada he wrote in English. He also translated into French a number of works by ..."

2. Prints and Their Makers: Essays on Engravers and Etchers Old and Modern by Fitz Roy Carrington (1912)
"On the contrary, these two modern detraques present in their work a solidity of construction and an absolute rectitude in the rendering of their moods and ..."

3. French Etchers of the Second Empire by William Aspenwall Bradley (1916)
"On the contrary, these two modern detraques present in their work a solidity of construction and an absolute rectitude in the rendering of their moods and ..."

4. The Man of Genius by Cesare Lombroso (1891)
"Barbara wrote Les Detraques. Buston described his own hallucinations. Allix, though not a medical man, wrote on the treatment of the insane. ..."

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