Chiefly Canadian A dialect of Canadian French characterized by nonstandard pronunciations and grammar, and the presence of English loanwords and syntactic patterns.(noun)
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Use "joual" in a sentence
"Ti Jean spoke a local dialect of French called joual before he learned English."
"Tremblay, of course, is the most Québécois of Québécois playwrights, the man who first introduced the Quebec slang joual to the stage - despite the disdain of some critics - with the first production of his"
"When the French come to snub us, to confuse them, we switch to “joual” or “franglais”."