Guil·laume Vic·tor É·mile [gee-yohmveek-tawrey-meel], /giˈyoʊm vikˈtɔr eɪˈmil/, 1820–89, French dramatist.
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How to use Augier in a sentence
But since those days Augier has grown famous, and I have remained in my native obscurity.
I tore off to Augier, who accepted my suggestion with enthusiastic delight.
He had the added merit of maintaining, after Beaumarchais and before Émile Augier, the dignity of high comedy.
In Ponsard and Augier common sense, strict justice, and a conventional feeling of honour, are acclaimed.Recollections Of My Childhood And Youth | George Brandes
Neither, with any justice, could men like Augier and Dumas be placed in different groups.Recollections Of My Childhood And Youth | George Brandes