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spirituel

adjective spi·ri·tu·el \ˌspir-i-chə-ˈwel, spē-rē-tw(ʸ)el\

Definition of spirituel

  1. :  having or marked by a refined and especially sprightly or witty nature



Variants of spirituel

or spirituelle play \ˌspir-i-chə-ˈwel, spē-rē-tw(ʸ)el\

Origin of spirituel

spirituel from French, literally, spiritual; spirituelle from French, feminine of spirituel


First Known Use: 1673


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