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noting, pertaining to, or resembling a style of furnishings and decoration originating in the provinces of France in the 18th century, derived from but less ornate than styles then current in Paris and featuring simply carved wood furniture, often with decorative curved moldings.
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Origin of French Provincial
First recorded in 1940–45
Words nearby French Provincial
French pastry, French pleat, French polish, French Polynesia, French pox, French Provincial, French Revolution, French Revolutionary calendar, French roll, French roof, French rose
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