a stiff compact clay or thick heavy clayey soil
British Dictionary definitions for Gault (2 of 2)
the Gault the Lower Cretaceous clay formation in eastern England
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How to use gault in a sentence
gault, for example, did qualify as an alternate in 1988, but didn't compete, and then missed the team in '92 in Albertville.Is It Really That Easy to be an Olympic Bobsledder? | Kevin Fixler | January 17, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Stephen gault, who was injured in the bombing, and whose father, Samuel, was killed, said he was honoured to have met the Queen.
Hunter-gault lamented a dearth of diversity in the news media, which she said makes a point of stoking racial division.
Charlayne Hunter-gault is an Emmy- and Peabody award-winning journalist who reports for NPR and others in South Africa.
The gault Millau guide had downrated the restaurant that year, and Loiseau was feeling the pressure.
Do you believe, Professor gault, that this four dimensional plane contains life—intelligent life?
Professor gault paused, peered from beneath bushy white brows out over the laboratory.
gault took up a book, held it so that a shadow fell onto the surface of the desk.
Professor gault's lanky form had stiffened, his near sighted eyes glaring out over the laboratory to the rear of Pillbot.
Pillbot looked up from examination of the "doodles" and followed gault over to the futuristic statuary.