Gaultier

/ (French ɡotje) /


noun
  1. Jean-Paul (ʒɑ̃pɔl). born 1952, French fashion designer

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How to use Gaultier in a sentence

  • It is along this path that Jules de Gaultier would lead by the hand those tender and courageous souls who care to follow him.

    Impressions And Comments | Havelock Ellis
  • Annoyed at this invasion of his treasured privacy, Gaultier laid a trap to get rid of the intruder.

    The Channel Islands | Joseph Morris
  • Its history was varied and vivid, as one reads in the pages of M. Gaultier de Mottay.

    Rambles in Brittany | Francis Miltoun
  • A Frenchman, Jules de Gaultier, said that it was the privilege of his countrymen n'être pas dupe—not to be taken in.

    Tragic Sense Of Life | Miguel de Unamuno
  • A cold and hard artist he was, the rival of Gaultier, and one of the most employed of the vignette engravers of Paris.

    The Printed Book | Henri Bouchot