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intrigant

or in·tri·guant

[ in-tri-guhnt; French an-tree-gahn ]
/ ˈɪn trɪ gənt; French ɛ̃ triˈgɑ̃ /
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noun, plural in·tri·gants [in-tri-guhnts; French an-tree-gahn]. /ˈɪn trɪ gənts; French ɛ̃ triˈgɑ̃/.
a person who engages in intrigue or intrigues.
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Origin of intrigant

1775–85; <French <Italian intrigante, present participle of intrigare to intrigue
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How to use intrigant in a sentence

  • The Provençal was a rusé, an intrigant, and a money-grubber in his old age, and proved his plebeian ancestry.

    Unicorns|James Huneker

British Dictionary definitions for intrigant

intrigant

intriguant

/ (ˈɪntrɪɡənt, French ɛ̃triɡɑ̃) /

noun
archaic a person who intrigues; intriguer
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