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  • n. Plural form of bougie.


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  • The word "bougies" starts with a consonant, so, no liaison.

    l'accent tonique - French Word-A-Day

  • So, lifting a bougies scarf from stores like "NeedlessMarkup" is grounds for losing your rights to vote, forever.

    Kaine's Final Day: No Voting Rights For Ex-Felons, Paroles Murderer

  • Ill light one of those candles that I got, when last we spoke about les bougies.

    souci - French Word-A-Day

  • Smell the salt and caramel of Ladur é e's macarons or the rich wood interiors of Versailles, just by lighting up one of these transporting bougies.

    Paris by Scent

  • Dans son jardin «magique», un cabanon fait office de temple et de cabinet de consultation : un charivari mystico-ésotérique tendu de rouge, un bric-à-brac saturé d'encens, de statuettes païennes et religieuses, de pentacles et de bougies.

    Carmen : The Last Witch

  • Si je me debarasse de ma table ... ou vais-je mettre toutes mes bougies? et mes livres au formats impressionnant ... contre un mur en haut d'une de mes innombrable etagere? pffff ...

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • With a large curette, it is less dangerous, the diameter should be approximately the size of a tea-spoon and the limit is the degree of dilatation of the neck obtained with the bougies.

    Chapter 7

  • Muzeux forceps (or Pozzi to hold the cervix, bougies for dilating the neck).

    Chapter 7

  • 'Then all you've got to do is, ask them to changer les bougies.'

    The Rainbow and the Rose

  • He punctured his tires, had a big hole in his reservoir, his steering gear bent, his bougies always doing something they oughtn't to.

    Chateau and Country Life in France


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