Fré·dé·ric Au·guste [frey-dey-reekoh-gyst], /freɪ deɪˈrik oʊˈgüst/, 1834–1904, French sculptor who designed the Statue of Liberty.
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How to use Bartholdi in a sentence
To Bartholdi, his statue meant a commemoration of Liberty attained.
A foreigner such as Bartholdi viewed the abolition of slavery as Liberty achieved in the United States.
Bartholdi cherished and valued the physical world, as he made quite clear in his letters and diaries.
My position was on the tug Bartholdi about 150 feet from and at right angles to the direction of proposed flight.Langley Memoir on Mechanical Flight, Parts I and II | S. P. (Samuel Pierpont) Langley and Charles M. (Charles Matthews) Manly
Bartholdi being dishearten'd with all these Delays, began to despair of the Success of the Negociation.The Memoirs of Charles-Lewis, Baron de Pollnitz, Volume III | Karl Ludwig von Pllnitz
My position was on the tug Bartholdi, about 150 feet from and at right angles to the direction of proposed flight.A History of Aeronautics | E. Charles Vivian
No sooner does M. Bartholdi's beneficent matron smile upon you, than you cast off the chains of an ancient slavery.American Sketches | Charles Whibley
Bartholdi's mighty Liberty loomed high above the vessel as she grandly swept her way among the crowded shipping of the Upper Bay.The Old Flute-Player | Edward Marshall and Charles T. Dazey
British Dictionary definitions for Bartholdi
Frédéric August . 1834–1904, French sculptor and architect, who designed (1884) the Statue of Liberty
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