/ (German ˈɡɔtʃɛd) /
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Johann Christoph. 1700–66, German critic, dramatist, and translator
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Words nearby Gottsched
Gottfried von Strassburg, Göttingen, Gottlieb, got to, Gottschalk, Gottsched, Gottwald, Götz, Götz von Berlichingen, gouache, Gouda
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How to use Gottsched in a sentence
Gottsched was deeply interested in the restoration of the German drama.
One happy time, though, Luise Gottsched had before she died.
Already there existed in Leipzig a sort of literary centre, where Gottsched was regarded as a dictator in matters of taste.
"Well, I think we have already made many beautiful things of it," said Gottsched, in the full consciousness of his own fame.
Gottsched did not perceive the mockery which lay in these words of the king, but received them smilingly as agreeable flattery.