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- adj. unable to fully realise one's ambitions; would-be
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In roulette, one of the numbers from 1 to 18.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. unfulfilled or frustrated in realizing an ambition
The gluten-free wassen-manque is fine if somewhat bland.
I conceived of Duncan as a kind of academic manque - if his particular field of interest had been Conrad or Gerard Manley Hopkins or someone, he'd be gainfully employed in a university.
He wrote the screenplay for I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry – but says it was rewritten by star Adam Sandler; that had to sting – and produced the effervescent Ed Helms comedy Cedar Rapids, a Payne movie manque.
French Vocabulary chez la (le) vétérinaire = at the veterinarian's manque de chance!
Peruvians have now taken a big gamble with that success by electing their own Peronist manque, in the form of national-socialist candidate Ollanta Humala.
Hell, if you want people to burn down bookstores, just throw a bishie Mohammad manque into the mix, a la Super Best Friends.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~French Vocabulary~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ la méfiance (f) = distrust; le manque (m) de chance = unluckiness; une vie (f) de chien = dog's life
Max Baucus is a deal-maker and John Kerry will play the statesman manque .
A elle seule, cette ville de quelques milliers d'habitants concentre tous les maux d'un peuple: pauvreté, chômage, pollution, sous-développement économique, manque d'équipements et d'infrastructures, répression policière.
Le peuple gabonais pendant ce temps manque de tout.
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