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adj. unfulfilled, frustrated; unsuccessful
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Manqué (feminine, manquée) is a term used in reference to a person who has failed to live up to a specific expectation or ambition. It is usually used in combination with a profession: for example, a career civil servant with political prowess who nonetheless never attained political office might be described as a "politician manqué". It can also be used relative to a specific role model; a second-rate method actor might be referred to as a "Marlon Brando manqué".
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1. unfilled or frustrated in realizing an ambition
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nm. absence, lack, dearth; shortcoming, shortage; deficiency, default, scarcity; void, want
adj. lost, missed, failed; unsuccessful, abortive
v. miss, fail
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nm. lacquer, varnish, shiny protective coating
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