volage

volage

(ˈvɒlɪdʒ)
adj
changeable or fickle
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En confiant, dans la suite, l'anneau matrimonial au volage Bassanio, elle rejoue symboliquement la scene--elle se livre toute entiere a son nouveau seigneur et maitre tout en le marquant d'un indice de fidelite qu'elle saura suivre a la trace.
"El amor es como un nino..." ("L'amour est enfant volage"; anonymous poet)
The poet navigates a "flot paisible" (1), but the atmosphere is heavy and balmy ("vapeurs embaumees" 21), and a "volage zephyr" (3) suggests the almost imperceptible movements quietly at work.
Cassina has launched Volage, a signature bed designed by Philippe Starck.
Au moment de traverser Strasbourg, pour se diriger vers l'Allemagne, Amaury, << la plus volage des ames >> (340), abandonne le capitaine, rebrousse chemin et rentre morne et humilie a Paris ...
After their bomber plane sank, Ted and Cledwyn's crew spent about half an hour in the lifeboat before a team from HMS Volage picked them up.
I READ the letter from HW Toney (December 4) pointing out that the names of the sailors who died as a result of the mining of HMS Saumarez and HMS Volage are missing from the National Arboretum.
Two destroyers, HMS Saumarez and HMS Volage, had struck German mines laid by communist insurgents in the Corfu Strait on October 22, 1946, killing 44 crew and causing severe damage to both ships.
However, French sports car maker Venturi is developing a coupe concept called the Volage which will have four Active Wheels.