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Definition of Frenchify

Frenchify
Frenchify French"i*fy, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Frenchified; p. pr. & vb. n. Frenchifying.] [French + -fy.] To make French; to infect or imbue with the manners or tastes of the French; to Gallicize. --Burke.

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- "Tunisia, with a more or less similar regime; Corsica, Italian and never Frenchified and therefore under our direct control, the border at the river Var."...
- Portuguese: [ɐfɾɐ̃sɨˈzaðu]; "Francophile" or "turned-French", lit. "Frenchified" or "French-alike") refers to the Spanish and Portuguese partisan of...
- earlier term "variety" to what manager Tony Pastor called its "sissy and Frenchified" successor. Thus, vaudeville marketed itself as "variety" well into the...
- Löffelbiskuits ("spoon cookies/biscuits") In Greece: savouayiár (σαβουαγιάρ, a Frenchified adaptation of the Italian name) In Guatemala: chiquiadores In Hungary:...
- English critics were not warm at first, faulting Sargent for his "clever" "Frenchified" handling of paint. One reviewer seeing his portrait of Mrs. Henry White...
- the socially aspiring Sackville-Bagginses have similarly attempted to "Frenchify" their family name, Sac[k]-ville = "Bag Town", as a mark of their bourgeois...
- English it is generally restricted to a triumphant revelation. volte-face frenchified form of Italian volta faccia, lit. "turn face", an about-face, a maneuver...
- the French language as the importance of the city grew. However some "frenchified" Franco-Provençal words can also be heard in the French of the Lyonnais...
- Kahina as a model. Also, the French, in the early 20th century, anxious to Frenchify Algeria by Romanising its past, drew parallels between themselves and...
- their elaborate outfits and sense of style as opposed to the modern Frenchified "afrancesados", as for their ch****y arrogant attitude. Some famous dandies...