Gottschalk

[ got-shawk ]

noun
  1. Louis Mo·reau [maw-roh, moh-], /mɔˈroʊ, moʊ-/, 1829–69, U.S. pianist and composer.

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How to use Gottschalk in a sentence

  • Three years ago he'd found it, a whimpering puppy, on the refuse heap where Emil Gottschalk had tossed it to die.

    Rescue Dog of the High Pass | James Arthur Kjelgaard
  • He was not afraid of becoming lost or of breaking a ski, as Hermann Gottschalk had, probably when he blundered into a tree trunk.

    Rescue Dog of the High Pass | James Arthur Kjelgaard
  • Then he resumed a kneeling position and continued to help Caesar dig Emil Gottschalk from his snowy couch.

    Rescue Dog of the High Pass | James Arthur Kjelgaard
  • She drew a cup, brought it to the table, and the elder Halle held the cup to Hermann Gottschalk's lips.

    Rescue Dog of the High Pass | James Arthur Kjelgaard
  • Finding Emil Gottschalk had made him a person of no small importance in Dornblatt.

    Rescue Dog of the High Pass | James Arthur Kjelgaard