comme il faut[ kaw-meel foh; English kuhm eel foh ]SEE DEFINITION OF comme il faut
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Comme il faut, is the Frenchman's description of good Society: as we must be.
But I have not got no breeches, no boot-jacks—no notin, comme il faut.
It is not comme il faut: you can not pass in: Monsieur must retire.
This was his way of showing how comme il faut he was, and how superior to the majority of men.
Comme il faut, is the Frenchman's description of good society, as we must be.
According to her, it was not comme il faut to board or live in a rented house.
I sit there beside her with nothing to do, not even a stocking to mend; she doesn't think that comme il faut.
"I'm afraid there's not enough perception of the comme il faut in him to suit the every-day world," muttered he.
It was comme il faut, and then one walked in the Park afterwards for church parade, and met all one's friends.
He seems, however, to think very little about Petersburg and comme il faut: he once even called himself one of the proletariat.