Definition of faisandé in English:

faisandé

Line breaks: fais|an¦dé
Pronunciation: /ˈfɛzɒ̃deɪ
 
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adjective

literary
Affected; artificial: the overripe, faisandé aspect of certain productions lacking in instinct and in juice
More example sentences
  • It is in their work, too, that Huysmans notes with delight "le style tacheté et faisandé" - high-flavored and spotted with corruption - which he himself possesses in the highest degree.
  • It's decadent, parasitic, parodic, and faisandé; and it's just about the best dance piece ever.

Origin

French, literally '(of game) hung until high'.

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