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French Cameroonsformer region in west central Africa, administered by France from 1919 to 1960, and now part of Cameroon
Acadian FrenchAcadian, French spoken in Canadian Maritimes
Anglo-FrenchFrench and British
FrenchFrench people, language of France, language of France; people of France, of French language, of or pertaining to France, of French origin
French beanstring bean
French breadlong slim crusty loaf
French CanadaCanadian areas where French is spoken
French chalktalc used on cloth
French Creolesomebody of French descent in Caribbean
French cuffcuff folded back on itself
French curveflat curved drawing instrument
French doorFrench window
French dressingmixture of mayonnaise and tomato, mixture of oil, vinegar, and seasoning
French Foreign Legionsee also:Foreign Legion
French friesdeep-fried potato strips, fries
French Guianaoverseas region of France, situated on the northeastern coast of South America and bordered by Brazil, Suriname, and the Atlantic Ocean.
French harpharmonica
French heelcurved medium-high shoe heel
French horncoiled brass orchestral instrument
French kisskiss with tongue inserted, soul kiss
French knotembroidery stitch
French leaveunannounced departure
French marigoldyellowish-orange garden flower
French polishwood varnish
French press potcafetiere, plunger coffee pot
French provincialmodern interpretation of old French furnishings
French Republican Calendarcalendar of French Revolution, French Revolutionary Calendar
French seamseam with raw edges not visible
French toastbread and beaten egg fried
French windowdoor of glass panels, French door
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