Definitions for directoiredi rɛkˈtwar
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
of or designating the style of French furniture and decoration of the mid-1790s, characterized by simple lines and an increasing use of Greco-Roman forms.
Category: Western History
Ref: directory (def. 5). 5
Origin of Directoire:
< F; see directory
Pertaining to a style of dress common during this period, characterised by extravagant, Classically-inspired designs.
Pertaining to a style of furniture, decoration etc. prevalent during this period.
The ruling executive of revolutionary France, from 1795-1799, or the period governed by this body.
Origin: From directoire.
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