[ French shahnt-fah-bluh ]
/ French ʃɑ̃tˈfɑ blə /

noun, plural chante·fa·bles [shahnt-fah-bluh] /ʃɑ̃tˈfɑ blə/.

(in medieval French literature) a prose narrative interspersed with verse.



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Origin of chantefable

From French; see origin at chant, fable Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2020

Example sentences from the Web for chantefable

  • Chantefable un peu Naïve and Clartés contain musical notations of rhythms.

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