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Definition of Blague

Blague
Blague Blague (bl[.a]g), n. [F.] Mendacious boasting; falsehood; humbug.

Meaning of Blague from wikipedia

- Burt Blague (born Sergey Ignatov (Russian: Сергéй Леони́дович Игнáтов); born September 7, 1975) is an American-Russian 4th generation artist, circus performer...
- Thomas Blague (or Blage) (c.1545–1611) was an English churchman and author. He was the dean of Rochester beginning in 1592. He matriculated at Queens'...
- Ennui-sur-Blasé, demonstrating several key areas such as the arcade, Le Sans Blague café and a pick-pocket's alleyway. He compares the past and the present...
- Red Ears (Dutch: Rooie Oortjes, French: Blagues Coquines) is a Belgian adult comic book series launched by Dany in 1990. He started with commercial drawings...
- on imdb". imdb. Retrieved 6 September 2015. "Blague à part". imdb. – "Blague à part". AlloCiné. "Blague à part". About Education. Archived from the original...
- he is the generic child used in jokes ("Toto asks his mother..."). See Blague de Toto (Toto joke). A cir****locution for "zero" In prostitution, slang...
- Carambar is famous for the poor quality of these jokes, and the expression blague Carambar (French: Carambar joke) refers to a bad or childish joke. In 1972...
- Br****eur, and Fleur Lise Heuet, and one episode of the TV show Very Bad Blagues. Shortly afterwards, he got the role of Marcel Janvier (alias "The Chameleon")...
- Rundschau on 4 January 1918, in which he referred to the declaration as "une blague" (a deception) and promised that under Ottoman rule "all justifiable wishes...
- Skelmersdale branch at Skelmersdale, England. The station was originally named Blague Gate, having its name changed to Skelmersdale on 8 August 1874 and carried...