noun, plural gau·che·ries [goh-shuh-reez; French gohshuh-ree] /ˌgoʊ ʃəˈriz; French goʊʃəˈri/.
- gatún lake,
- gaucher's cell,
- gaucher's disease,
- gaudeamus igitur,
Origin of gaucherie
Examples from the Web for gaucherie
Inadequacy, helplessness, gaucherie, prove that the feelings are bigger than the eloquence.The Cup of Fury|Rupert Hughes
Her gaucherie was painful to her and evident and very dear to the man perceiving it.Under the Law|Edwina Stanton Babcock
If the choice had been forced upon him, he would have committed a forgery any day, sooner than a gaucherie.Barren Honour: A Novel|George A. Lawrence
It was Helena who, pitiful for the gaucherie of the girl, saved the situation by raising the issue of tea.Joan Thursday|Louis Joseph Vance
There is an awkwardness in men that women like; there is a gaucherie that women detest.A Young Man in a Hurry|Robert W. Chambers
1798, from French gaucherie, from gauche (see gauche).