[ gal-uh-det ]
/ ˌgæl əˈdɛt /
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Thomas Hopkins, 1787–1851, U.S. educator of the Deaf and writer.
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How to use Gallaudet in a sentence
Gallaudet is for the hard of hearing, and the campus is built around supporting this population.No Rapes On Campus? No Way.|Emily Shire|July 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I was present at a funeral, where, in the sickness or absence of the pastor, Mr. Gallaudet had been requested to officiate.
President Gallaudet made also some remarks in gesture which were understood by the Indians, yet were not strictly pantomimic.
Gallaudet responded at once to the appeal made to him, and proceeded to prepare himself forthwith.
The same year, 1815, saw Gallaudet start upon his errand, his expenses being defrayed by the society.
To take up this work, attention was directed to Gallaudet, then a young theological student.