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Adjectives (29)
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familier
adj. "the limits of the known world"
familier
adj. well known or easily recognized; "a familiar figure"; "familiar songs"; "familiar guests"
familier
adj. used of spoken and written language
familier
adj. having mutual interests or affections; of established friendship; "on familiar terms"; "pretending she is on an intimate footing with those she slanders"
communicatif, familier
adj. characteristic of informal spoken language or conversation; "wrote her letters in a colloquial style"; "the broken syntax and casual enunciation of conversational English"
trop familier, familier
adj. taking undue liberties; "young women disliked the overfamiliar tone he took with them"
bien connu, familier, connu
adj. frequently experienced; known closely or intimately; "a long-familiar face"; "a well-known voice reached her ears"
informel, familier, naturel, spontan?
adj. "lectured in a familiar style"
familier, courant, commun, normal, habituel, ordinaire
adj. within normal everyday experience; common and ordinary; not strange; "familiar ordinary objects found in every home"; "a familiar everyday scene"; "a familiar excuse"; "a day like any other filled with familiar duties and experiences"
imp?tueux, familier, impertinent, risqu?, insolent, effront?, impudent, os?
adj. improperly forward or bold; "don't be fresh with me"; "impertinent of a child to lecture a grownup"; "an impudent boy given to insulting strangers"; "Don't get wise with me!"
Fuzzynyms (136)
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en ligne, l'un ? c?t? de l'autre, c?te ? c?te, de front
adj. closely related or associated; "a city in which communism and democracy had to live side by side"
au courant, ayant connaissance de, conscient
adj. (sometimes followed by `of') having or showing knowledge or understanding or realization or perception; "was aware of his opponent's hostility"; "became aware of her surroundings"; "aware that he had exceeded the speed limit"
fr?quent
adj. coming at short intervals or habitually; "a frequent guest"; "frequent complaints"
coutumier, accoutum?, habituel
adj. made a norm or custom or habit; "his habitual practice was to eat an early supper"; "her habitual neatness"
r?p?t?, r?current, fr?quent, chronique, continuel, perp?tuel, p?riodique
adj. recurring again and again; "perennial efforts to stipulate the requirements"
facile
adj. posing no difficulty; requiring little effort; "an easy job"; "an easy problem"; "an easy victory"; "the house is easy to heat"; "satisfied with easy answers"; "took the easy way out of his dilemma"
cl?ment, indulgent
adj. characterized by tolerance and mercy
d?sinvolte, sport
adj. natural and unstudied; "using their Christian names in a casual way"; "lectured in a free-and-easy style"
idiomatique
adj. of or relating to or conforming to idiom; "idiomatic English"
vulgaire, pl?b?ien, populaire, commun
adj. of or associated with the great masses of people; "the common people in those days suffered greatly"; "behavior that branded him as common"; "his square plebeian nose"; "a vulgar and objectionable person"; "the unwashed masses"
t?m?raire, hardi, intr?pide, courageux, audacieux
adj. fearless and daring; "bold settlers on some foreign shore"; "a bold speech"; "a bold adventure"
reconnu, re?u
adj. widely accepted as true or worthy; "a received moral idea"; "Received political wisdom says not; surveys show otherwise"- Economist
accoutum?, habitu?
adj. (often followed by `to') in the habit of or adapted to; "accustomed to doing her own work"; "I've grown accustomed to her face"
conventionnel, c?r?monieux, solennel
adj. rigidly formal or bound by convention; "their ceremonious greetings did not seem heartfelt"
conventionnel
adj. following accepted customs and proprieties; "conventional wisdom"; "she had strayed from the path of conventional behavior"; "conventional forms of address"
bienveillant, cordial, affable, aimable, chaleureux, doux
adj. diffusing warmth and friendliness; "an affable smile"; "an amiable gathering"; "cordial relations"; "a cordial greeting"; "a genial host"
commun, trivial, banal, ordinaire, plat, sans importance
adj. completely ordinary and unremarkable; "air travel has now become commonplace"; "commonplace everyday activities"
prosa?que, insipide, ennuyeux
adj. lacking wit or imagination; "a pedestrian movie plot"
tout fait, courant, commun, clich?, banal, ordinaire
adj. repeated regularly without thought or originality; "ready-made phrases"
convivial
adj. easy to understand or use; "user-friendly computers"; "a consumer-friendly policy"; "a reader-friendly novel"
vernaculaire, populaire, courant, commun
adj. being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language; "common parlance"; "a vernacular term"; "vernacular speakers"; "the vulgar tongue of the masses"; "the technical and vulgar names for an animal species"
limit? aux faits, prosa?que, neutre
adj. not fanciful or imaginative; "local guides describe the history of various places in matter-of-fact tones"; "a prosaic and unimaginative essay"
r?gulier, habituel, s?rieux
adj. relating to a person who does something regularly; "a regular customer"; "a steady drinker"
coutumier, accoutum?, habituel
adj. commonly used or practiced; usual; "his accustomed thoroughness"; "took his customary morning walk"; "his habitual comment"; "with her wonted candor"
commun, habituel, usuel, de routine, quelconque, quotidien, banal, ordinaire
adj. found in the ordinary course of events; "a placid everyday scene"; "it was a routine day"; "there's nothing quite like a real...train conductor to add color to a quotidian commute"- Anita Diamant
normal, moyen
adj. conforming with or constituting a norm or standard or level or type or social norm; not abnormal; "serve wine at normal room temperature"; "normal diplomatic relations"; "normal working hours"; "normal word order"; "normal curiosity"; "the normal course of events"
commun, trivial, banal, ordinaire, plat, sans importance
adj. completely ordinary and unremarkable; "air travel has now become commonplace"; "commonplace everyday activities"
prosa?que, insipide, ennuyeux
adj. lacking wit or imagination; "a pedestrian movie plot"
d'usage, courant, habituel
adj. occurring at fixed times or predictable intervals; "made her routine trip to the store"
fr?quent
adj. frequently encountered; "a frequent (or common) error is using the transitive verb `lay' for the intransitive `lie'";
r?p?t?, r?current, fr?quent, chronique, continuel, perp?tuel, p?riodique
adj. recurring again and again; "perennial efforts to stipulate the requirements"
d?sinvolte, nonchalant, insouciant
adj. marked by blithe unconcern; "an ability to interest casual students"; "showed a casual disregard for cold weather"; "an utterly insouciant financial policy"; "an elegantly insouciant manner"; "drove his car with nonchalant abandon"; "was polite in a teasing nonchalant manner"
t?m?raire, hardi, intr?pide, courageux, audacieux
adj. fearless and daring; "bold settlers on some foreign shore"; "a bold speech"; "a bold adventure"
t?m?raire, hardi, audacieux, aventureux
adj. disposed to venture or take risks; "audacious visions of the total conquest of space"; "an audacious interpretation of two Jacobean dramas"; "the most daring of contemporary fiction writers"; "a venturesome investor"; "a venturous spirit"
irr?v?rencieux, impertinent, insolent, impudent, hardi, coquin
adj. characterized by a lightly pert and exuberant quality; "a certain irreverent gaiety and ease of manner"
culott?, courageux
adj. showing or requiring courage and contempt of danger; "the nervy feats of mountaineers"
pugnace, entreprenant, arriviste, agressif
adj. marked by aggressive ambition and energy and initiative; "an aggressive young executive"; "a pushful insurance agent"
vigilant, en ?tat d'alerte, sur le qui-vive
adj. engaged in or accustomed to close observation; "caught by a couple of alert cops"; "alert enough to spot the opportunity when it came"; "constantly alert and vigilant, like a sentinel on duty"
vif, guilleret, enjou?
adj. having a cheerful, lively, and self-confident air; "looking chipper, like a man...diverted by his own wit"- Frances G. Patton; "life that is gay, brisk, and debonair"- H.M.Reynolds; "walked with a jaunty step"; "a jaunty optimist"
Synonyms (97)
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compris
adj. fully understood or grasped; "dangers not yet appreciated"; "these apprehended truths"; "a thing comprehended is a thing known as fully as it can be known"
plus c?l?bre, plus renomm?, plus connu
adj. most familiar or renowned; "Stevenson's best-known work is probably `Treasure Island'"
de renom, connu, r?put?, renomm?, illustre, c?l?bre, ?minent, notable
adj. widely known and esteemed; "a famous actor"; "a celebrated musician"; "a famed scientist"; "an illustrious judge"; "a notable historian"; "a renowned painter"
identifi?
adj. having the identity known or established; "the identified bodies were released for burial"
l?gendaire
adj. so celebrated as to having taken on the nature of a legend; "the legendary exploits of the arctic trailblazers"
proverbial
adj. widely known and spoken of; "her proverbial lateness"; "the proverbial absentminded professor"; "your proverbial dizzy blonde"
bien connu, connu, r?put?, renomm?, illustre, c?l?bre
adj. frequently experienced; known closely or intimately; "a long-familiar face"; "a well-known voice reached her ears"
proche
adj. very close in resemblance; "sketched in an approximate likeness"; "a near likeness"
bon vivant, joyeux, plein d'entrain
adj. very close and convivial; "boon companions"
intime
adj. marked by close acquaintance, association, or familiarity; "intimate friend"; "intimate relations between economics, politics, and legal principles" - V.L. Parrington
tr?s copain, bon ami
adj. (used informally) associated on close terms; "a close friend"; "the bartender was chummy with the regular customers"; "the two were thick as thieves for months"
durable, li? ?troitement, ?troitement li?, tr?s uni
adj. held together as by social or cultural ties; "a close-knit family"; "close-knit little villages"; "the group was closely knit"
confidentiel
adj. denoting confidence or intimacy; "a confidential approach"; "in confidential tone of voice"
intime, cher, bon, proche
adj. with or in a close or intimate relationship; "a good friend"; "my sisters and brothers are near and dear"
vernaculaire, populaire, courant, commun
adj. being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language; "common parlance"; "a vernacular term"; "vernacular speakers"; "the vulgar tongue of the masses"; "the technical and vulgar names for an animal species"
?pistolaire
adj. written in the form of or carried on by letters or correspondence; "an endless sequence of epistolary love affairs"; "the epistolatory novel"
argotique, d'argot
adj. constituting or expressed in slang or given to the use of slang; "a slangy expression"; "slangy speech"
?hont?, impertinent, culott?, insolent, effront?, impudent
adj. offensively bold; "a brash newcomer disputed the age-old rules for admission to the club"; "a nervy thing to say"
tr?s s?r de soi, pr?tentieux, pr?somptueux, arrogant, suffisant
adj. offensively self-assertive
imp?tueux, familier, impertinent, risqu?, insolent, effront?, impudent, os?
adj. improperly forward or bold; "don't be fresh with me"; "impertinent of a child to lecture a grownup"; "an impudent boy given to insulting strangers"; "Don't get wise with me!"
arrogant, impertinent, pr?somptueux
adj. excessively forward; "an assumptive person"; "on a subject like this it would be too assuming for me to decide"; "the duchess would not put up with presumptuous servants"
au courant de, au courant
adj. having fair knowledge of; "they were acquainted"; "fully acquainted with the facts"
battu
adj. much trodden and worn smooth or bare; "did not stray from the beaten path"
de tous les jours, sport
adj. suitable for rough use; "a knockabout overcoat"; "a knockabout old car"
bon enfant, populaire
adj. very informal and familiar; "a folksy radio commentator"; "a folksy style"
d?sinvolte, sport
adj. natural and unstudied; "using their Christian names in a casual way"; "lectured in a free-and-easy style"
coutumier, accoutum?, r?gulier, normal, habituel, ordinaire
adj. in accord with regular practice or procedure; "took his regular morning walk"; "her regular bedtime"
?hont?, impertinent, culott?, insolent, effront?, impudent
adj. offensively bold; "a brash newcomer disputed the age-old rules for admission to the club"; "a nervy thing to say"
tr?s s?r de soi, pr?tentieux, pr?somptueux, arrogant, suffisant
adj. offensively self-assertive
trop familier, familier
adj. taking undue liberties; "young women disliked the overfamiliar tone he took with them"
arrogant, impertinent, pr?somptueux
adj. excessively forward; "an assumptive person"; "on a subject like this it would be too assuming for me to decide"; "the duchess would not put up with presumptuous servants"
Antonyms (45)
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inconnu
adj. not known; "an unknown amount"; "an unknown island"; "an unknown writer"; "an unknown source"
mal connu, peu familier, ?trange, inconnu
adj. not known or well known; "a name unfamiliar to most"; "be alert at night especially in unfamiliar surroundings"
inconnu
adj. not known; "an unknown amount"; "an unknown island"; "an unknown writer"; "an unknown source"
m?connu, obscur, inconnu
adj. not famous or acclaimed; "an obscure family"; "unsung heroes of the war"
rare, peu fr?quent
adj. not frequent; not occurring regularly or at short intervals; "infrequent outbursts of temper"
frais, nouveau, neuf
adj. original and of a kind not seen before; "the computer produced a completely novel proof of a well-known theorem"
illettr?, ignorant
adj. uneducated in the fundamentals of a given art or branch of learning; lacking knowledge of a specific field; "she is ignorant of quantum mechanics"; "he is musically illiterate"
soign?
adj. (of spoken and written language) adhering to traditional standards of correctness and without casual, contracted, and colloquial forms; "the paper was written in formal English"
?loign?
adj. far apart in relevance or relationship or kinship ; "a distant cousin"; "a remote relative"; "a distant likeness"; "considerations entirely removed (or remote) from politics"
inaccessible, r?serv?, distant, froid
adj. remote in manner; "stood apart with aloof dignity"; "a distant smile"; "he was upstage with strangers"
ne trahissant aucune ?motion, r?serv?, impassible, contenu
adj. cool and formal in manner
rare, peu fr?quent
adj. not frequent; not occurring regularly or at short intervals; "infrequent outbursts of temper"
soign?
adj. (of spoken and written language) adhering to traditional standards of correctness and without casual, contracted, and colloquial forms; "the paper was written in formal English"
mal connu, peu familier, ?trange, inconnu
adj. not known or well known; "a name unfamiliar to most"; "be alert at night especially in unfamiliar surroundings"
inusuel, peu commun, rare, sp?cial, exceptionnel, inhabituel, extraordinaire
adj. not usual or common or ordinary; "a scene of unusual beauty"; "a man of unusual ability"; "cruel and unusual punishment"; "an unusual meteorite"
perverti, d?viant, aberrant
adj. markedly different from an accepted norm; "aberrant behavior"; "deviant ideas"
inhabituel, anomal
adj. deviating from the general or common order or type; "advanced forms of life may be anomalous in the universe"
familier
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