[ foo-key ]
/ fuˈkeɪ /
Frie·drich Hein·rich Karl, Baron de la Motte- [free-drikh -hahyn-rikh kahrl, duh lah -moht], /ˈfri drɪx ˈhaɪn rɪx kɑrl, də lɑ ˈmoʊt/, 1777–1843, German romanticist: poet and novelist.
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Words nearby Fouqué
Fountain of Youth
, fountain pen
, fountain plant
, Fountains Abbey
, Fountain Valley
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How to use Fouqué in a sentence
After the death of his father, Silvere went to live with his grandmother Adelaide Fouque.
Clerissys workshop was continued after his death by his partner, Joseph Fouque, whose family retains it to the present day.
It was sent to Fouque by his friend Edward Hitzig, with a request that he would compose a ballad on it.
Undine|Friedrich de la Motte Fouque
Now you learnt it for love of Fouque and Max Piccolomini, and you have kept it up ever since.'
British Dictionary definitions for Fouqué
Friedrich Heinrich Karl (ˈfriːdrɪç ˈhainrɪç karl), Baron de la Motte. 1777–1843, German romantic writer; author of Undine (1811)
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