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How to use Faust in a sentence
No, answered Faust; she suspected that Harvard was no different.
Tilghman said she asked her peer, President Drew Gilpin Faust of Harvard, if she was surprised by what they found at Princeton.
Once, when a boy, he had seen Henry Irving in Faust; he saw the devils on the haunted mountain; he heard their hideous cries.The Everlasting Arms|Joseph Hocking
There is a passage where Faust, in his most discontented mood, falls foul of history—in his talk to Wagner, if I am not mistaken.Friends in Council|Arthur Helps
Though "Faust" did not strike the public very much at first, it is the greatest theatrical success I have ever had.
Barbot sang the difficult part of Faust like the great musician he is.
The deficiencies we have indicated in Mr. Taylor's work are more visible in the second part of 'Faust' than in the first.
British Dictionary definitions for Faust
Cultural definitions for Faust
A legendary sixteenth-century magician and practitioner of alchemy, who sold his soul to the devil in exchange for youth, knowledge, and power. Christopher Marlowe, a sixteenth-century English poet, and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe wrote famous plays about him.