Definition of Fadaise. Meaning of Fadaise. Synonyms of Fadaise

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Definition of Fadaise

Fadaise
Fadaise Fa`daise", n. [F.] A vapid or meaningless remark; a commonplace; nonsense.

Meaning of Fadaise from wikipedia

- Tales, such as La Patte du Chat ("Cat's Paw"; 1741) and Les Mille et Une Fadaises ("A Thousand and One Silly Stories"; 1742), soon tired of it and ended...
- ‘foison’, ‘soothfast’, ‘perlection’, ‘wittol’, ‘parergon’, ‘brewis’, ‘bles’, ‘fadaise’, ‘coelebs’, ‘vivisepulture’, and so on. ‘Whilome’ and ‘anent’ are standard...
- and Herbie Han****, hosts his own show every Sunday at 8 PM. Si Bémol & Fadaises The Jamie Cullum Show: Show mainly about jazz music, selected and hosted...
- protection and ****istance. Le M****crit de feu M. Jirme (1825) Recueil de fadaises composé sur la montagne à l'usage des habitants de la plaine (1826) Voyage...
- tale La patte du chat (The Cat's Paw, 1741) and the humorous Mille et une fadaises, Contes a dormir debout (The Thousand and One Follies, Tales to Sleep Upright...
- religious orientation, leaving the author to consider his early love poems as fadaises (worthless things). It is from this period that he wrote what are considered...
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