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  • noun Plural form of arriere.


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  • La bon j'veux pas dire mais un panneau STOP en plein milieu d'une 4 voies je me suis demandé quoi mais respectueux du code de la route je me vois freiné comme un damné ramenant par la meme occasion les sieges arrieres a l'avant et me cassant deux dents sur le volant (pas vraiment cassées mais j'ai eu tres mal)

    pinku-tk Diary Entry pinku-tk 2008

  • Tout est arrivé a l'avant de la voiture, tout, meme les trucs des sieges arrieres!

    pinku-tk Diary Entry pinku-tk 2006

  • We may trace in it all kinds of 'arrieres pensees', philosophical and sociological, that an artist ought not to have, and we may even dislike its dominating conception of a vague spirit that pervades the universe; but we must admit that when he wrote it was as if seized and swept away by some "unseen power" that fell upon him unpremeditated.

    Shelley Sydney Waterlow 1911

  • I have read Bernard's 'Gentilhomme Campagnard' (see how arrieres we are in French literature!), and thought it the dullest and worst of his books.

    The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning Kenyon, Frederic G 1898

  • Out from these arrieres of persons and scenes, I was born May 31, 1819.

    Two Old Family Interiors. Specimen Days 1892

  • Out from these arrieres of persons and scenes, I was born May 31, 1819.

    Specimen Days; from Complete Poetry and Collected Prose 1855

  • Out from these arrieres of persons and scenes, I was born May

    Complete Prose Works Specimen Days and Collect, November Boughs and Goodbye My Fancy Walt Whitman 1855

  • Fortunately, there is an English society here, a kind of book-club, who, with their Minister, have united in a subscription to order from England all the new publications, and as C--- n is a member of this society, we are not so _arrieres_ in regard to the literature of the day as might be supposed.

    Life in Mexico Frances Calder��n de la Barca 1843


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