- Thé·o·phile [tey-aw-feel] /teɪ ɔˈfil/, 1811–72, French poet, novelist, and critic.
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Examples from the Web for gautier
The protagonists Bernier and Gautier have a duel that again occupies an adrenaline-defying amount of time.
Still he carries on, sustaining yet another horrendous blow from Gautier that removes six inches of flesh from his shoulder.
They begin with a joust where Gautier pierces Bernier with his lance between his ribs.
“A lot of members on the council speak about assisting various areas like Anacostia but very few have ever visited,” said Gautier.Twagger Like Us: Marion Barry’s Last Hurrah
April 5, 2012
My step-father has never written to Madame Gautier all these months.The Incomplete Amorist
I remember when I was a boy, Gautier set us crazy in Paris with his color sense.Melomaniacs
Gautier's truculent waistcoat flamed in the thickest of the fight.A History of French Literature
They, too, were Gautier employees, and they had pickaxes on their shoulders.The Johnstown Horror
James Herbert Walker
Barnave is interesting only as referred to by Gautier; and so on.A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2
- Théophile (teɔfil). 1811–72, French poet, novelist, and critic. His early extravagant romanticism gave way to a preoccupation with poetic form and expression that anticipated the Parnassians