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Romains

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noun
  1. Jules [zhyl] /ʒül/, Louis Farigoule, 1885–1972, French novelist, poet, and dramatist.
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Historical Examples

  • One can not give these poems in quotation; one wants about five volumes of Romains.

    Instigations

    Ezra Pound

  • He conserves himself, he is never carried away by Romains' theories.

    Instigations

    Ezra Pound

  • Par la matire, par la forme des lettres et le style de l'inscription, il vous reprsente la rudesse des Romains au sixime sicle.

    Walks in Rome

    Augustus J.C. Hare

  • About 1850 the young man entered the studio of the severe author of the Romains de la Dcadence.

  • The reader who has gone through Spire, Romains, and Vildrac, will have a fair idea of the poetry written by this group of men.

    Instigations

    Ezra Pound


British Dictionary definitions for romains

Romains

noun
  1. Jules (ʒyl). pseudonym of Louis Farigoule . 1885–1972, French poet, dramatist, and novelist. His works include the novel Men of Good Will (1932–46)
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