, ECTE. adj.
Qui n'est pas correct. Cette édition est fort incorrecte. Style incorrect. Dessin incorrect. Figure incorrecte.   Il se dit aussi D'un écrivain dont le style n'est pas correct, d'un artiste dont la manière est incorrecte. Écrivain, auteur incorrect. Peintre incorrect.

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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