Gourmont

[ goor-mawn ]

noun
  1. Re·my de [ruh-meeduh], /rəˈmi də/, 1858–1915, French critic and novelist.

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How to use Gourmont in a sentence

  • And Gourmont has the phrase "fecundating a generation of bodies as genius fecundates a generation of minds."

  • Gourmont differentiates his characters by the modes of their sensibility, not by sub-degrees of their state of civilization.

    Instigations | Ezra Pound
  • Needless to say, Gourmont's essays are of uneven value as the necessary subject matter is of uneven value.

    Instigations | Ezra Pound
  • In contradiction to, in wholly antipodal distinction from, Henry James, de Gourmont was an artist of the nude.

    Instigations | Ezra Pound
  • One might make an index of, but one cannot write an essay upon, the dozen volumes of Gourmont's collected discussions.

    Instigations | Ezra Pound

British Dictionary definitions for Gourmont

Gourmont

/ (French ɡurmɔ̃) /


noun
  1. Remy de (rəmi də). 1858–1915, French symbolist critic and novelist

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