Word of the Week: farouche (fä-RŌŌSH)

2020-02-12T15:29:36-05:00

Word of the Week: farouche (fä-RŌŌSH) Definition (Adjective) Sullen, shy, and repellent in manner. In Context “In the wilder places, farouche-looking tribesmen, nomads and the very strange strangers she ran into were hailed with the cheerful confidence of a girl guide on an outing.” Moira Verscboyle, “Ireland to India,” The Irish Times, June 19, 1965.

Word of the Week: farouche (fä-RŌŌSH)2020-02-12T15:29:36-05:00

farouche (fä-RŌŌSH)

2013-07-29T12:00:33-04:00

Definition (Adjective) Sullen, shy, and repellent in manner. In Context “In the wilder places, farouche-looking tribesmen, nomads and the very strange strangers she ran into were hailed with the cheerful confidence of a girl guide on an outing.” Moira Verscboyle, “Ireland to India,” The Irish Times, June 19, 1965.

farouche (fä-RŌŌSH)2013-07-29T12:00:33-04:00
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