drole

drole

(drəʊl)
adj
another word for droll
n
a scoundrel
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Dis donc, Prosper, it must be a drole de pays over there, where young persons animated by this ardent curiosity are manufactured!
Some of my friends have been, and they say it is awfully drole. My friends go everywhere; it is only I who sit moping at home."
The playmaker was drole enough to accept that the assist that clinched his half-century may not have been his best, but is happy to have made such a mark on the league.
Slitine: Could you comment on the aesthetic of fragmentation in your Drole de printemps?
En plus, Taoussi a vecu un drole de mesaventure au match aller apres avoir effectue une petite visite de courtoisie a l'hotel ou logeait la formation wydadie.
Drole D'Artiste Joseph O'Brien 12th, 2m maiden hurdle, Naas, February 25 A cursory glance at this maiden hurdle would lead one to conclude fairly quickly that it was certainly worth watching for future reference and there were more than one who could have been included in this column.
'Tu t'ameliores beaucoup a l'ecole', 'Je trouve que tu as beaucoup de talent dans ...', 'Je suis tres content(e) d'avoir un garcon (ou une fille) comme toi !', 'Tu as un si beau sourire !', 'Tu es pas mal drole', 'Je suis certain(e) que tu es capable de...', 'Quand tu fais quelque chose que tu aimes, tu es tres perseverant(e) !', 'C'est beau, continue !', 'Je suis fier (fiere) de toi, tu sais !', 'Merci !' (p.
His award-winning legacy dates back to 2000 when he was named Best Young Actor for Drole de Felix at Festival du film romantique de Cabourg.