from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who writes for the feuilleton of a French newspaper.

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  • noun A writer of feuilletons.


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French feuilletoniste.


  • Filing hundreds of pieces a year, Roth quickly established himself as a prominent feuilletonist.

    Dispatches From a Lost Empire

  • Every morning she read his paper, and became the herald of his staff of editors, of Etienne Lousteau the feuilletonist, whom she thought delightful, of Felicien Vernou, of Claude Vignon, — in short, of the whole staff.

    A Daughter of Eve

  • I was so much struck by a review of Scott's _Ivanhoe_ which he wrote for the _Daily News_ in the course of his earliest notable job as feuilletonist to that paper that I wrote to him asking who he was and where he came from, as he was evidently a new star in literature.

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton

  • Delightful stories of hill-country life in the quaintest and most singular parts of New England, set forth with the sparkle and the realism of a Parisian _feuilletonist_.

    A Romantic Young Lady

  • He came to his task with the equipment of a perfect feuilletonist; his style was polished and musical; he possessed in an exceptional degree the capacity to describe natural scenery in a few fine clear strokes and of hinting at, rather than of reproducing, a mood with a minimum of language.

    Der Judenstaat. English

  • Algemeine Zeitung of Vienna said that Zionism was a madness born of despair, The Algemeine Zeitung of Munich described it as a fantastic dream of a feuilletonist whose mind had been unhinged by Jewish enthusiasm.

    Der Judenstaat. English

  • It was no longer the elegant Dr. Herzl of Vienna, it was no longer the easy-going literary man, the critic, the feuilletonist.

    Der Judenstaat. English

  • He spent the month of September in Baden, near Vienna, in the company of his fellow-feuilletonist on the _Neue Freie Presse_,

    Der Judenstaat. English

  • Edward Dicey, the best literary _feuilletonist_ in England; and

    Campaigns of a Non-Combatant, and His Romaunt Abroad During the War

  • A man of the world, and at the same time an artist, he touched everything with the characteristic lightness and raciness of the born _feuilletonist_.

    A Popular History of the Art of Music From the Earliest Times Until the Present


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