This morning I had the "No. 9" towed to the railing of bagatelle by means of its guide rope.
I don't know that there is much soaring upwards in bagatelle.
In the region of bagatelle in the Argonne two German counterattacks were repulsed.
But the bagatelle would almost have been better than what occurred.
It became her town house, whither she removed when she grew tired of Versailles or bagatelle.
He was a member of the Baldwin, the Cavendish, and the bagatelle card clubs.
But this is a mere trifle, a bagatelle, to the many other infractions of which he is guilty.
After we finished shooting some of us had a game of bagatelle on a table in the gun-room.
bagatelle was formerly the elegant little palace of the count d'Artois.
I know one to be had a bargain,—a bagatelle,—five hundred naps a-year.
1630s, "a trifle," from French bagatelle "knick-knack, bauble, trinket" (16c.), from Italian bagatella "a trifle," diminutive of Latin baca "berry." As "a piece of light music," it is attested from 1827.