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Au Grand Sérieux (French)

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In sober earnest.

We are not asked to take these narratives au grand sérieux. They are rather sketches of the past, illustrating what could have been done, and may be done again by women … .”—Notes and Queries (Notes on Books, June 10, 1893, p. 459).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Attic Salt
Attic Science
Attics, Attic Storey
Atticus
Attingians
Attock
Attorney, Solicitor (French, atourner, to attorn, or turn over to another)
Atys
Au Courant (French)
Au Fait (French)
Au Grand Sérieux (French)
Au Pied de la Lettre (French)
Au Revoir (French)
Aubry’s Dog
Audeanism
Audhumla [the nourishing power]
Audley
Audrey
Augean Stables
Augsburg Confession
Augury