a slip or underdress for infants.
Other definitions for Gertrude (2 of 2)
a female given name: from Germanic words meaning “spear” and “strength.”
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How to use gertrude in a sentence
Some scientists called gertrude’s introduction just an attention-grabbing stunt.New technology can get inside your head. Are you ready? | Laura Sanders | February 11, 2021 | Science News For Students
[Director] Naomi Foner is the one that told me that gertrude Stein quote.Jenny Lewis on 'The Voyager,' the End of Rilo Kiley, and High School Classmate Angelina Jolie | Marlow Stern | August 17, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But it was gertrude Bell, who was never a public figure, who had left the greater mark on the Middle East, for better or worse.
So welcome back, Edna and Ethel; come on down, gertrude and Percy; walk right in, Wilhelmina and Wolfgang.
This Regular version sometimes sounds like the near sequiturs of gertrude Stein or her clever admirer Donald Barthelme.A Country House of Fools: Norman Rush’s ‘Subtle Bodies’ | Tom LeClair | September 10, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Malcolm is fluent in the ruses of modernist fiction (consider her profiles of gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas in Two Lives).
gertrude had never given him occasion to feel that his guests could have a more efficient hostess than his secretary.
Then gertrude quivered slightly, and the blood flushed in her set face and passed as fierce heat passes through iron.
And the look went from Jane's face, and Brodrick felt annoyed with gertrude because she had made it go.
As he was trying to catch the look, gertrude came and said it was the Baby's tea-time, and carried him away.
gertrude approached me, and said in a low tone: 'Did demoiselle remark that we only mounted five steps after leaving the court?'Chicot the Jester | Alexandre Dumas, Pere