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- adj. Archaic form of Provençal.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to Provence in France.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as Provençal.
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But we did have eat very well, especially this one dinner at a Provencial-style restaurant.
Provencial tongue, spoken by the vulgar in Languedoc and Provence.
The wind that blew, is called Maestral, in the Provencial dialect, and indeed is the severest that ever I felt.
The French Provencial furniture was upholstered in that color fabric, picking up the colors in the large Persian rug.
Aromatically dominated by brett with plenty of leather, horsey aromas ... spice and red fruits come forward with time as do Provencial herb aromas.
This happened during the closing ceremony of the Inter-Provencial Games.
The ceiling was white, the light fixture was white, the walls were white, the rug was white, my curtains were white sheers, my bedspread was white, and my furniture was the white French Provencial w/gold trim.
Coins from Delhi Sultanate and others, Sind Lodi Sur, Muhammed Bin Tughlaq, Provencial Sultanate – Bengal, Malwa, Gujrat, Madurai. 15-16 cent AD Then the Bahmani, Adil Shah and Qutb Shah coins of the 16-17 cent AD.
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates meets with members of the Provencial
LA Scavenger: Vintage French Provencial Tufted High Back Chair