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Gérôme

[zhey-rohm] /ʒeɪˈroʊm/
noun
1.
Jean Léon
[zhahn ley-awn] /ʒɑ̃ leɪˈɔ̃/ (Show IPA),
1824–1904, French painter and sculptor.
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  • I could therefore upbraid him to my heart's content, which was not the case with gerome.

    An African Adventure Isaac F. Marcosson
  • She loves Mrs. gerome even better than she loves me—her own flesh and blood.

    Vashti Augusta J. Evans Wilson
  • Would it not be best for you to go home and acquaint Mrs. gerome with what has occurred?

    Vashti Augusta J. Evans Wilson
  • Simultaneously Mrs. gerome appeared at the threshold of the parlor.

    Vashti Augusta J. Evans Wilson
  • Mrs. gerome, will you be so kind as to explain this mythologic design?

    Vashti Augusta J. Evans Wilson
  • One thing more; if Mrs. gerome leaves the house, do not lose sight of her.

    Vashti Augusta J. Evans Wilson
  • Miss Dexter, have you succeeded in seeing Mrs. gerome since her return?

    Vashti Augusta J. Evans Wilson
  • There were two reasons for our making a temporary halt at gerome Ferry.

    Down the Columbia Lewis R. Freeman
  • The world must know of my power, and through gerome Meadows!

    The Inner Sisterhood Douglass Sherley et al.
  • Thus the cheese of gerome, in the Vosges, is supposed to derive a peculiar taste from the Lorena salt with which it is cured.

    Domestic Animals Richard L. Allen

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