[ gil-good, geel- ]
/ ˈgɪl gʊd, ˈgil- /
Sir (Arthur) John, 1904–2000, English actor and director.
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How to use Gielgud in a sentence
John Gielgud, says Welles, “used to play Shakespeare as though he were dictating it to his secretary.”
Probably John Gielgud's during the dress rehearsal of Peter Brook's production of Seneca's Oedipus at the Vic.
John Gielgud, in a moment of mild rebuke, greeted Plummer by saying, “Ah, Christopher, and how are you, in your own small way?”
Gielgud very kindly volunteered to make the attempt to ride for the waggons.
British Dictionary definitions for Gielgud
Sir John. 1904–2000, English stage, film, and television actor and director
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