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Frenchification

Definitions

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  • n. The act of Frenchifying.
  • n. Something Frenchified.

Etymologies

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French + -ification

Examples

  • 'Frenchification' in Quebec in small - and medium-sized business.

    Macleans.ca

  • Food critics have seized on this culinary cross-pollination, calling it a "Frenchification," which is barely code for "inauthentic rubbish."

    The New Spice Trade

  • Frenchification: an example of the other side of this coin was a lesson with our French assistant in sixth form college.

    caramel shoe shoe

  • Yes, it was definitely Frenchification by default.

    languagehat.com: BEIZHING.

  • Wampum has an interesting suggestion for further de-Frenchification of the House of Representatives.

    February 2003 ~ Angry Bear

  • Another feature of Talon's relations with the clergy and religious communities -- and a pleasant one this time -- was his strong interest in the francisation (Frenchification) of the Indians.

    The Great Intendant : A chronicle of Jean Talon in Canada, 1665-1672

  • _Frenchification_ made by many who have visited Paris from other countries, they may not depreciate the docility of poor Aotourou, much below the common average!

    A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 13

  • They see this "de-Frenchification" in Rwanda's joining of the East African Community, an

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • They see this 'de-Frenchification' in Rwanda's joining of the East African

    Booker Rising

  • They tend to form the raw edge of the RPF, and feel they are losing out in the 'de-Frenchification' of Rwanda, and its slow but sure conversion into an

    Booker Rising

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