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Definition of Tartufe

Tartufe
Tartuffe Tar*tuffe", Tartufe Tar*tufe", n. [F. tartufe.] A hypocritical devotee. See the Dictionary of Noted Names in Fiction.

Meaning of Tartufe from wikipedia

- and thus cut himself off from the possibility of academic honours. Le Tartufe littéraire (1774) attacked La Harpe and Palissot, and at the same time...
- Sarsfield Pride and Prejudice Sea Change She Sits Smiling Sister Eucharia Tartufe The Absentee The Avenger The Barber of Seville The Earl of Straw The New...
- pour peindre les roueries" (not enough scamp to depict scamp tricks.) Le Tartufe révolutionnaire a parody full of bold political allusions, was suppressed...
- Peril), the **** old bachelors in Les Vieux Garçons (1865), the modern Tartufes in Seraphine (1868), the rural element in Nos Bons Villageois (1866), old-fashioned...
- Fatout, 1880) pp. 29-34. The pleasures of Anacreon. Molière Lisant son Tartufe chez Ninon de L'Enclos[permanent dead link] (Donald A. Heald). Bertin,...
- allemands (1904) Une gamine vicieuse (1905) Le jeune télégraphiste (1905) Tartufes et satyres, unedited epic-dramatic novel (1905), which he wanted to form...
- comédie-vaudeville in 1 act, with ****ty 1802: Molière chez Ninon, ou La lecture de Tartufe, with J-B Dubois 1802: Le Mariage de Nina-Vernon, suite de la Petite ville...
- couplets, with Charles Henri Ladislas Laurençot, Lubize and Petit, 1832 Le Tartufe de village, vaudeville in 1 act, with Lubize and Petit, 1833 Chambre à...
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