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Augier

[oh-zhyey]
noun
  1. Guil·laume Vic·tor É·mile [gee-yohm veek-tawr ey-meel] /giˈyoʊm vikˈtɔr eɪˈmil/, 1820–89, French dramatist.
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Historical Examples of augier

  • In the fourth story of a house in the corner of the Place dwelt mile Augier.

    Historic Paris

    Jetta S. Wolff

  • One recalls Augier without his Gallic esprit, rather than the later Ibsen.

    Egoists

    James Huneker

  • But it would be unfair to suggest that mile Augier was a preacher only.

  • He was right, however, in his confidence that Augier would not fail to "make" the scene.

    Play-Making

    William Archer

  • Curiously enough, it was mile Augier's "Aventurire" that caused Mdlle.

    An Englishman in Paris

    Albert D. (Albert Dresden) Vandam