Definition of Fadaises

1. fadaise [n] - See also: fadaise



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fadaises

facultative ponds
facultative quadruped
facultative quadrupeds
facultative species
facultatively
faculties
faculty
faculty member
facund
facundious
facundity
fad
fad diet
fadable
fadaise
fadaises (current term)
faddier
faddiest
faddily
faddish
faddishly
faddishness
faddishnesses
faddism
faddisms
faddist
faddists
faddle
faddled
faddles

Literary usage of Fadaises

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1. Lives of the Friends and Contemporaries of Lord Chancellor Clarendon by Theresa Lewis (1852)
"Il est certain que Rabelais avait beaucoup d'esprit et de lecture, et un art très particulier de débiter des choses savantes comme de pures fadaises, ..."

2. The royal phraseological English-French, French-English dictionary by John Charles Tarver (1853)
"ne dit que des fadaises, he says nothing but foolish things—he talks nothing but ... a la tête pleine de fadaises, his head is full of insipid idea«. (Fig. ..."

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