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Comédie Française

[kaw-mey-dee frahn-sez] /kɔ meɪ di frɑ̃ˈsɛz/
the French national theater, founded in Paris in 1680, famous for its repertoire of classical French drama.
Also called La Maison de Molière, Théâtre-Français. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • Andre-Louis had borrowed from the business methods of the comedie francaise.

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  • M. de la Marche accompanied my uncle to the comedie francaise.

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  • The fact that you arrive much later at the opera than at the comedie francaise.

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  • These met with success, and are still in the repertoire of the comedie francaise.

  • She was a leading actress of the comedie francaise, and she married an Englishman lately.

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  • She wrote "Cenie," which was played at the comedie francaise, and her success was established.

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  • Amedee's drama had been accepted by the comedie francaise, but was not to be brought out until spring.

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  • A debutante, as beautiful as she was clever, was drawing the entire capital to the comedie francaise.

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British Dictionary definitions for comedie francaise

Comédie Française

/kɔmedi frɑ̃sɛz/
the French national theatre, founded in Paris in 1680
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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