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  2. facile - Wiktionary

    From Middle French facile, from Latin facilis (“ easy to do, easy, doable ”), from faciō (“ I do, make ”). Compare Spanish fácil ("easy"). Pronunciation IPA : /ˈfa.sʌɪl/ IPA : /ˈfæs.əl/ Adjective . facile (comparative more facile, superlative most facile) Easy, now especially in a disparaging sense; contemptibly easy.

  3. Facile - The Latin Dictionary

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  4. la Facile igitur cernitis, Venerabiles Fratres ac dilecti filii, neminem posse catholico censeri ac gloriari nomine, qui alia aliter profiteatur vel doceat atque ea, quae hucusque presse scribendo proposuimus, ut qui perniciosis illis principiis adhaeserunt, quae « tribus autonomiis » informantur, vel aliis eiusdem generis.

  5. Facilis - The Latin Dictionary

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  6. Facile | Define Facile at

    A Latin tag came into my head about the facile descent into the abyss. The Arrow of Gold Joseph Conrad Mrs. Austen, in spite of her facile digestion, gagged at it.

  7. Facile - Latin - English Translation and Examples

    et ait Ezechias facile est umbram crescere decem lineis nec hoc volo ut fiat sed ut revertatur retrorsum decem gradibu English And Hezekiah answered, It is a light thing for the shadow to go down ten degrees: nay, but let the shadow return backward ten degrees.

  8. Facile est - Latin - English Translation and Examples

    Facile est., It's easy., , , Translation, human translation, automatic translation.

  9. Facile | Definition of Facile by Merriam-Webster

    "Facile" can mean "easy" or "easily done," as befits its Latin roots, but it now often adds the connotation of undue haste or shallowness, as in "facile answers to complex questions." Origin and Etymology of facile

  10. Facile natures, whose emotions have little permanence, can hardly understand how much inward resistance he overcame before he rose from his seat and turned towards Arthur. View in context Dictez-nous quelquechose de facile pour commencer, monsieur.

  11. Facile dictionary definition | facile defined

    The definition of facile is something that uses little effort or is easy to do. An example of facile is winning a game against a team that isn't very good.