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Lachaise

[luh-shez; French la-shez]
noun
  1. Gas·ton [gas-tuh n; French ga-stawn] /ˈgæs tən; French gaˈstɔ̃/, 1882–1935, U.S. sculptor, born in France.
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Historical Examples of lachaise

  • "I took what I could find at Mme. Lachaise's shop," she said in self-defense.

    Nobody's Girl

    Hector Malot

  • Father Lachaise was a Jesuit with whom the idea of toleration could find no favour.

    Old and New Paris, v. 1

    Henry Sutherland Edwards

  • In 1675 Pre Lachaise entered on his functions of father-confessor to the king.