Definition of Fredaines

1. fredaine [n] - See also: fredaine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fredaines

freckled
freckled duck
freckled ducks
freckledness
freckleface
frecklefaces
freckleless
freckles
frecklier
freckliest
freckling
frecklings
freckly
frecks
fredaine
fredaines (current term)
fredrikssonite
free
free, white, and twenty-one
free-and-easy
free-base
free-central
free-diver
free-diving
free-enterprise(a)
free-fall
free-fire
free-floating anxiety
free-flowing

Literary usage of Fredaines

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1. The royal phraseological English-French, French-English dictionary by John Charles Tarver (1853)
"Je sais vos fredaines, 1 know of your tricks — of ... Il a fait ses fredaines, he has played his tricks, his pranks. FREDON, sm (t. de musique), quaver. ..."

2. Vanity Fair: A Novel Without a Hero by William Makepeace Thackeray (1848)
"... it was said, at the gaming-table ; but ho did not like an allusion to those by-gone fredaines. Rebecca saw the scowl gathering over his heavy brow. ..."

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