From 1827 to 1832 there was only one performance of a Beethoven Symphony at the spirituel concerts.
One reads that the Béarnais are "irascible, jealous, and spirituel."
Then one perceived a man of thirty-six years or thereabouts; his features were fine, noble and spirituel.
And Walter—the pretty boy, so spirituel, with his black velvet frock and short sleeves tied with scarlet ribbon—where was he?
His expressive, spirituel, open countenance rather reminded me of the oldest of the Coquelins.
In evening company he sets his face In most spirituel positions, And declaims before the ladies My god-like compositions.
They meet and read papers on technical subjects, but have little interest in anything natural or spirituel.
He was as spirituel as Talleyrand himself, and almost as clear-sighted and profound.
They are more than witty, they are spirituel; and they have more than talent, they have taste.
When G. (who is not spirituel) said, turning over leaves for the young ladies, "that and that are killed" I turned so sick!