Böttger

[ bœt-guhr ]
/ ˈbœt gər /

noun

Jo·hann Frie·drich [yoh-hahn -free-drikh], /ˈyoʊ hɑn ˈfri drɪx/, 1682–1719, German chemist.

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  • Mrs. Bottger had spent a large part of her early life on one toe, but now she could hardly balance herself sitting down.

  • Mrs. Bottger was furious at the latter charge, but the former was now rather flattering.

  • Bottger insisted that the buck-and-wing and the double shuffle and other forms of jiggery were low.