Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A Middle English form of vintage.

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Examples

  • I loved the reference to J-M's wasp sting, your inquiring about how he was feeling -- I interpret that to convey not only the unpredictability of life (especially in the midst of the great activity of le vendage), but more importantly, that feelings (loving concern) are the mattermost in all the chaos of life.

    affolement - French Word-A-Day

  • I just spent 3 weeks near La Cadiere (Bandol) and the vendage was in full swing at the Chateau we have been staying at for 10 years each Sept. I love to cook there so fixed your pizza with mustard on brise pastry.

    liaison - French Word-A-Day

  • Perhaps I can give a hand with the vendage one of these years.

    joyeux - French Word-A-Day

  • How fortunate that you have a Yoga instructor there while you guys are "breaking your backs" in the vendage!

    le moi - French Word-A-Day

  • Yoga is great, mais, perhaps you should offer regular appointments with a chiropractor as part of their pay during the vendage!

    le moi - French Word-A-Day

  • I loved the reference to J-M's wasp sting, your inquiring about how he was feeling--I interpret that to convey not only the unpredictability of life (especially in the midst of the great activity of le vendage), but more importantly, that feelings (loving concern) are the mattermost in all the chaos of life.

    affolement - French Word-A-Day

  • As for my thinking your kitchen was a restaurant, that was back during le vendage, when you posted the pictures of you and your crew having dinner.

    bibi - French Word-A-Day

  • I just spent 3 weeks near La Cadiere Bandol and the vendage was in full swing at the Chateau we have been staying at for 10 years each Sept. I love to cook there so fixed your pizza with mustard on brise pastry.

    liaison - French Word-A-Day

  • What of the corvees by which they command forced labour, of the ban de vendage, which gives them the first vintage, the banvin which enables them to control to their own advantage the sale of wine?

    Scaramouche

  • A (Pilates), (Yoga), (Yogalates) class to (correct) (warm-up) (strengthen) (in prepartion for) (as a result of) the vendage.

    le moi - French Word-A-Day

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