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French-English translation for: [littéraire]
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Dictionary French English: [littéraire]

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navré {adj} [littéraire]
5
upset
auprès {adv} [littéraire]
2
nearby
accort {adj} [littéraire]pleasant
acrimonieux {adj} [littéraire]acrimonious
aérien {adj} [littéraire] [léger]ethereal
aimable {adj} [littéraire] [digne d'amour]lovable
amène {adj} [littéraire]affable
amène {adj} [littéraire]genial [affable]
adm. assujetti {adj} {past-p} [littéraire]subjugated
bilieux {adj} [littéraire] [coléreux]splenetic [formal]
cagot {adj} [littéraire]duplicitous
cagot {adj} [littéraire]hypocritical
cagot {adj} [littéraire]sanctimonious
cagot {adj} [littéraire]goody-goody [coll.] [pretending]
cardinal {adj} [littéraire] [essentiel]essential
cardinal {adj} [littéraire] [essentiel]intrinsic
céans {adv} [littéraire] [ici]here
chenu {adj} [littéraire]gray-haired [Am.]
chenu {adj} [littéraire]gray-headed [Am.]
chenu {adj} [littéraire] [vieillard, tête]hoary
corrupteur {adj} [littéraire]corrupting
couard {adj} [littéraire]chicken [coll.]
couard {adj} [littéraire]coward
couard {adj} [littéraire]craven
couard {adj} [littéraire]dastard
couard {adj} [littéraire]fainthearted
couard {adj} [littéraire]yellow [coll.] [cowardly]
couard {adj} [littéraire]faint-hearted
matériel d'airain {adj} [littéraire]bronze
d'antan {adj} [littéraire]of yesteryear [literary]
d'aucuns {pron} [littéraire] [certains]some (of them)
délié {adj} [littéraire] [svelte, élancé]slender
derechef {adv} [vieux, littéraire] [encore une fois]once more
diapré {adj} [littéraire]iridescent
dolent {adj} [littéraire]plaintive
édénique {adj} [littéraire]Edenic
évanescent {adj} [littéraire]declining
évanescent {adj} [littéraire]decreasing
évanescent {adj} [littéraire]dwindling
évanescent {adj} [littéraire]evanescent
évanescent {adj} [littéraire]shrinking
évanescent {adj} [littéraire]waning
vêt. haillonneux {adj} [littéraire] [vêtements]ragged
histrionique {adj} [littéraire]histrionic
géogr. hyperboréen {adj} [littéraire]hyperborean
ignominieux {adj} [littéraire]ignominious
ignominieux {adj} [littéraire]shameful
impavide {adj} [littéraire]unruffled [fig.] [calm]
incongrûment {adv} [littéraire]incongruously
industrieux {adj} [littéraire]industrious
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