Idioms about French
Origin of French1
OTHER WORDS FROM FrenchFrenchness, noun
Other definitions for French (2 of 2)
How to use French in a sentence
In the first place, he was related to the Frenches, and this in her eyes was a patent of gentility.Mam' Lyddy's Recognition|Thomas Nelson Page
There had been a party, with a supper, at Mrs. Crumbie's, at which both the Miss Frenches had been present.
It may, perhaps, be admitted that the Miss Frenches had shown too much open ardour in their pursuit of Mr. Gibson.
She asked a question of Mrs. Crumbie, and was enabled, as she thought, to trace the falsehood to the Frenches.
She did not believe that Mr. Gibson had given to either of the Frenches any justification for the statement just made.