[ lawr-ee-ey; French law-ryey ]
/ ˈlɔr iˌeɪ; French lɔˈryeɪ /
Sir Wil·frid [wil-frid; French weel-freed], /ˈwɪl frɪd; French wilˈfrid/, 1841–1919, Canadian statesman: prime minister 1896–1911.
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How to use Laurier in a sentence
Laurier would not go so far, and the policy of unrestricted reciprocity was made the official programme in 1888.
The Laurier Government, unlike its predecessor, did not insist on the restoration of separate schools.
Mrs. Laurier's eyes were shining, her cheeks flushed, as she looked at her husband for a signal.
Meanwhile, with blind irrelevance, she persisted in talking about Laurier, commenting upon his achievements.
British Dictionary definitions for Laurier
Sir Wilfrid. 1841–1919, Canadian Liberal statesman; the first French-Canadian prime minister (1896–1911)
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