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Definition of Badaud

Badaud
Badaud Ba`daud", n. [F.] A person given to idle observation of everything, with wonder or astonishment; a credulous or gossipy idler. A host of stories . . . dealing chiefly with the subject of his great wealth, an ever delightful topic to the badauds of Paris. --Pall Mall Mag.

Meaning of Badaud from wikipedia

- The badaud is an important urban type from 18th and 19th-century French literature, one that has been adapted to explain aspects of m**** culture and modern...
- contrasted with the figure of the badaud, the gawker or gaper. Fournel wrote: "The flâneur must not be confused with the badaud; a nuance should be observed...
- personne by Niels Dubost 1998: Pop-corn by Yannick Rolandeau: Troisième badaud 1999: Mon plus beau mariage by Guillaume Husson: Le prêtre 2001: Le Cœur...
- traffic. Several types of screens have been trialed in the United Kingdom. Badaud Social **** Partridge, Eric; Beale, Paul (1994). Fergusson, Rosalind...
- Year Title Role Notes 1959 Eyes of Love Un badaud à la gare 1960 Le Trou A prisoner 1961 A Woman Is a Woman 1961 Paris Blues 1962 Bluebeard 1963 The Bamboo...
- Retrieved 21 March 2022 "The Secret Stairs: YNAPMOKDeconstructing the Badaud". Issuu. 20 November 2018. Archived from the original on 24 April 2019....
- Montgolfiere 1996-2004) Transition out of Diabolos (Second part of the song; Badauds) Transition out of Aerial hoops (Third part of the song: Parc Papillon)...
- garçon Maurice Cartier Jacqueline Fontaine as Petit rôle René **** as Le badaud à la bicyclette Julien Lacroix Yolande Laffon as Sophie Simone Max as Petit...
- rural France, 1870-1914 (1976) p 464. Gregory Shaya, "The Flaneur, the Badaud, and the Making of a M**** Public in France, circa 1860-1910." American Historical...
- Rossini Guillaume Tell (1829), opera, with Hippolyte Bis, music by Rossini. Badaud Claude Pichois, "Pour une biographie d'Étienne Jouy," Revue des sciences...