Guitry

[ gee-tree; French gee-tree ]
/ ˈgi tri; French giˈtri /

noun

Sa·cha [sah-shuh; French sa-sha] /ˈsɑ ʃə; French saˈʃa/,1885–1957, French actor and dramatist, born in Russia.

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Example sentences from the Web for guitry

  • Even the superior acting of Guitry could not make of Crainquibille much more than a touching episode.

    Egoists|James Huneker
  • After Coquelin's death Guitry, that sterling French player, created the character.

    Nat Goodwin's Book|Nat C. Goodwin
  • In Paris the title rôle, originally written for the great Coquelin, had been played by Guitry.

    Charles Frohman: Manager and Man|Isaac Frederick Marcosson and Daniel Frohman

British Dictionary definitions for guitry

Guitry
/ (French ɡitri) /

noun

Sacha (saʃa). 1885–1957, French actor, dramatist, and film director, born in Russia: plays include Nono (1905)
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