difficile

[ dif-i-seel; French dee-fee-seel ]SEE DEFINITION OF difficile
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He was now an intelligent man of sixteen, but dyspeptic and difficile.

But even the difficile Lawrence was preferable to the strain at the office.

"Oh, no, it is too difficile for me to speak Engleesh," replied Joe.

La tche tait laborieuse, difficile; je ne me le dissimulai pas; mais les rsultats devaient tre fconds.

The French archologists of the present day confess that it is "difficile d'en expliquer l'usage."

He was most difficile, finding fault with every picture brought before him.

Difficile est satiram non scribere (it is difficult to refrain from writing a satire).

That reminds me of Grieg who was very "difficile," and who couldn't stand a sound when he was playing.

The men of the Embassy were much pleased, particularly Jusserand, who is rather "difficile."

Non est Deo difficile facere ut sapidus humor sit intra organum gustus, qui sensum illum intentionaliter afficere.

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