arriere-pensee[ a-ryer-pahn-sey ]SEE DEFINITION OF arriere-pensee
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARRIERE-PENSEE
As yet, however, let the student of his history understand, they were not tinged with the slightest "arriere-pensee."
Dick meant nothing by this speech more than his words implied: he was far too good-natured for an arriere-pensee.
A savage will not assist in packing them, for he fears their heels: the Swiss say mules have always an arriere-pensee.
Baroness Dinati was therefore wrong to suspect old Yanski Varhely of any 'arriere-pensee'.