galerie

[gal-ree, gal-uh-]

Origin of galerie

< Louisiana French, French: gallery

galerie house

noun
  1. (in French Louisiana) a house with its main story above the ground floor and with verandas (galeries) for both stories in tiers on at least one side.
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Examples from the Web for galeries

Contemporary Examples of galeries

  • “I think this will revolutionize the brand,” Averyl Oates, the fashion director at Galeries Lafayette in Paris, also said.

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    Is Designer John Galliano Back for Good?

    Justin Jones

    October 7, 2014

  • Picasso and Marie-Thérèse met by chance on the street while she was shopping at Galeries Lafayette in Paris in 1927.

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    Picasso's Greatest Muse

    Paul Laster

    April 15, 2011

Historical Examples of galeries

  • It was the man who kept a haberdasher's shop in the Galeries.

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    Maurice Baring

  • While we were sitting on a seat in the Galeries the postman went by with the letters.

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    Maurice Baring

  • He flew and landed on the roof of the Galeries Lafayette in Paris, and won a prize of $5,000 for doing it.

  • They strolled along the Galeries till they reached a shady seat where they sat down.

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    Maurice Baring

  • The Galeries de Bois have been knocked to pieces these thirty years.