[ dey-gah-zhey; French dey-ga-zhey ]
/ ˌdeɪ gɑˈʒeɪ; French deɪ gaˈʒeɪ /
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unconstrained; easy, as in manner or style.
without emotional involvement; detached.
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Words nearby dégagé
defuse, defusion, defuze, defy, deg., dégagé, degame, Deganawidah, degas, Degas, Edgar, De Gasperi
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How to use dégagé in a sentence
"You will require a guide," said Colonel Quinnox, who had been studying the degage American in the most earnest manner.Truxton King|George Barr McCutcheon
Mr. Hastings: Extremely elegant and degage, upon my word, Madam.Origin and Early History of the Fashion Plate|John L. Nevinson
He saunters into New York in a degage way and takes the whole city by storm.The Native Son|Inez Haynes Irwin
British Dictionary definitions for dégagé
/ French (deɡaʒe) /
unconstrained in manner; casual; relaxed
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