noun, plural Tartuffes
[tahr-too fs, -toofs; French tar-tyf] /tɑrˈtʊfs, -ˈtufs; French tarˈtüf/ (Show IPA), for 2.
(italics) a comedy (1664–69) by Molière.
Also, Tartufe. (often lowercase) a hypocritical pretender to piety.
a person who hypocritically pretends to be deeply pious
noun 1. behavior or character of a Tartuffe, especially hypocritical piety.
noun 1. a small pie filled with cooked fruit or other sweetened preparation, usually having no top crust. 2. a covered pie containing fruit or the like. 3. Slang. a prostitute or promiscuous woman. Verb phrases 4. tart up, Slang. to adorn, dress, or decorate, especially in a flamboyant manner: The old restaurant was tarted […]
adjective, tartier, tartiest. 1. tart; somewhat sour. adjective, tartier, tartiest. 1. of, relating to, or suggesting a prostitute.
Trademark. 1. a brand of road-surfacing material made with asphalt.