|About Us | What's New | Search | Site Map | Contact Us|
You are not logged in. [Log In] Wordsmith.org » Forums » (Old) Weekly themes. (have been consolidated into a single forum above) » Meta-words » More French words Register User Forum List Calendar Active Topics Search FAQ
#112468 - 09/18/03 02:36 PM More French words
Milady is now the prisoner of the brother-in-law she would like assassinated, so her son would inherit his wealth.
But D'Artagnan and the three Musketeers have gotten message sent to him telling him of her villainy, including plot to assassinate Duke of Buckingham. The word "fauteuil" is mentioned.It means armchair, but I looked it up at:
I found a few interesting words. For instance, when is something to eat also something to sit on?
When it's a canapé. The glossary above says it's a sofa,
my dictionary says it's an appetizer to be served with drinks.
Forum Stats 8677 Members
Max Online: 3341 @ 12/09/11 02:15 PM
Newest Members grand2, Sunny Jim, Mercur10, LMD, mary bernard
8678 Registered Users
Who's Online 0 registered (), 42 Guests and 24 Spiders online. Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Top Posters (30 Days)
wofahulicodoc 71 LukeJavan8 59 endymion6 49 jenny jenny 25 Tromboniator 14 Faldage 8 Jackie 7 olly 6 GHCabrera 3 John Ansell 2
March Su M Tu W Th F Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
Board Rules · Mark all read Contact Us · Wordsmith.org · Top
Disclaimer: Wordsmith.org is not responsible for views expressed on this site. Use of this forum is at your own risk and liability - you agree to hold Wordsmith.org and its associates harmless as a condition of using it.
Home | Today's Word | Yesterday's Word | Subscribe | FAQ | Archives | Search | Feedback
Wordsmith Talk | Wordsmith Chat
© 2014 Wordsmith