noun, plural feuil·le·tons [foi-i-tnz; French fœyuh-tawn] /ˈfɔɪ ɪ tnz; French fœyəˈtɔ̃/.
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Origin of feuilleton
OTHER WORDS FROM feuilletonfeuil·le·ton·ism [foi-i-tn-iz-uh m, fœ-yi-] /ˈfɔɪ ɪ tnˌɪz əm, ˈfœ yɪ-/, nounfeuil·le·ton·ist, nounfeuil·le·ton·is·tic, adjective
Words nearby feuilleton
Example sentences from the Web for feuilleton
He was not a "first-nighter," but dropped in to see a new piece whenever he wanted copy for his feuilleton.Aspects and Impressions|Edmund Gosse
The story first appeared as a feuilleton in the "Journal des Débats."The World's Greatest Books, Vol VIII|Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton, Eds.
You write: "If I were the editor I would have returned this feuilleton to you for your own good."Letters of Anton Chekhov|Anton Chekhov
Don Julian came into the room reading the feuilleton of La Correspondencia, which he carefully preserved and stitched together.Froth|Armando Palacio Valds
"I always like to read the feuilleton on the drama," I said.The Moon and Sixpence|W. Somerset Maugham