[ la-beesh ]

  1. Eu·gène Ma·rin [œ-zhenma-ran], /œˈʒɛn maˈrɛ̃/, 1815–88, French dramatist.

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How to use Labiche in a sentence

  • Labiche begins one of his plays with two servants at work in a salon.

    Worldly Ways and Byways | Eliot Gregory
  • It is a symbol, nothing more nor less,—a symbol in a play by Labiche!

    The English Stage | Augustin Filon
  • Cruzatte, Labiche, Drouillard—all the adventurers—sang as they traveled, gayer and more gay from day to day.

  • "I am not going to Madame Labiche's," answered Mrs. Warden, almost solemnly.

    Tales of Two Countries | Alexander Kielland
  • Never did Labiche or Meilhac make me laugh as I have laughed at the comical inscriptions on tombstones.

British Dictionary definitions for Labiche


/ (French labiʃ) /

  1. Eugène Marin (øʒɛn marɛ̃). 1815–88, French dramatist, noted for his farces of middle-class life, which include Le Chapeau de paille d'Italie (1851) and Le Voyage de Monsieur Perrichon (1860)

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