Anglo-french - —adj. English (or british) and french. —n. French language as developed in england after the norman conquest.
Composure. 3 moral support. —v. (-cing) support, approve. [french: related to *contain] -
French bean - n. Kidney or haricot bean as unripe sliced pods or ripe seeds.
French bread - n. Long crisp loaf.
French canadian - n. Canadian whose principal language is french.
French chalk - n. A kind of talc used for marking cloth, as a dry lubricant, etc.
French dressing - n. Salad dressing of seasoned vinegar and oil.
French fried potatoes - n.pl. (or french fries) us potato chips.
French horn - n. Coiled brass wind instrument with a wide bell.
Frenchify - v. (-ies, -ied) (usu. As frenchified adj.) Colloq. Make french in form, manners, etc.
French kiss - n. Open-mouthed kiss.
French leave - n. Absence without permission.
French letter - n. Colloq. Condom.
Frenchman - n. Man of french birth or nationality.
French polish - n. Shellac polish for wood. french-polish v.
French window - n. Glazed door in an outside wall.
Frenchwoman - n. Woman of french birth or nationality.
Norman french - n. French as spoken by the normans or (after 1066) in english lawcourts.