Definition of roman feuilleton in English:

roman feuilleton

noun

historical
  • Chiefly in France during the 19th cent.: a novel serialized in a newspaper or periodical, especially one considered to be light, sensational, and having popular appeal; such works considered collectively as a genre.

Origin

Mid 19th century. From French roman feuilleton from roman + feuilleton.

Pronunciation

roman feuilleton

/rə(ʊ)ˌmɑːn ˈfəːɪtɒ̃/