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French spirituelle

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spirituelle (comparative more spirituelle, superlative most spirituelle)

  1. (dated) Showing great grace and delicacy.
    • 1901, Caroline Atwater Mason, A Lily of France (page 77)
      Noble in person and in dress and of an unconscious majesty of demeanor, the beauty of the daughter of Marguerite de Valois was far beyond that of the conventional, artful beauties of her day; hers was a spirituelle, eloquent sweetness, []
    • 1915, Katherine Augusta Westcott Tingley, The Theosophical Path: Illustrated Monthly (volume 8, page 48)
      [] he was a little above medium height, well built and with a brisk step; his hair was black, his complexion deep brown, his physiognomy very spirituelle, his features regular.

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spirituelle

  1. feminine singular of spirituel

Norwegian BokmålEdit

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spirituelle

  1. definite singular and plural of spirituell

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spirituelle

  1. definite singular and plural of spirituell

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spirituelle

  1. absolute definite natural masculine form of spirituell.