(Marie Henri Beyle) 1783–1842, French novelist and critic.
original name Marie Henri Beyle. 1783–1842, French writer, who anticipated later novelists in his psychological analysis of character. His two chief novels are Le Rouge et le noir (1830) and La Chartreuse de Parme (1839)
The nom de plume of the nineteenth-century French writer and critic Henry Marie Bayle. A major influence on the development of the modern novel, Stendhal’s romantic, psychologically realistic works include The Red and the Black and The Charterhouse of Parma.
noun 1. a British light submachine gun. noun 1. a light 9 mm sub-machine-gun formerly used in the British Army and Commonwealth forces, developed during World War II
stenion sten·i·on (stěn’ē-ŏn’) n. The termination in either temporal fossa of the shortest transverse diameter of the skull.
noun 1. Ingemar (“Silent Swede”) born 1956, Swedish Alpine skier.
noun, plural stenos for 1. 1. a stenographer. 2. the art or practice of a stenographer; stenography. 1. a combining form meaning “narrow,” “close,” used in the formation of compound words: stenopetalous. 1. stenographer. 2. stenographic. 3. stenography. noun (pl) stenos 1. (US & Canadian, informal) short for stenographer combining form 1. indicating narrowness or […]