[ luh-sazh ]
/ lə ˈsaʒ /
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A·lain Re·né [a-lanruh-ney], /aˈlɛ̃ rəˈneɪ/, 1668–1747, French novelist and dramatist.
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How to use Le Sage in a sentence
It was extracted from a review of Le Sage, published in Scotland about twelve years ago.The Olden Time Series, Vol. 3: New-England Sunday|Henry M. Brooks
Le Sage has described them as they were nearly two centuries ago.The Bible in Spain|George Borrow
Do you remember that beautiful thing he says,—and Gavans attitude reminds me of it,—Le sage qui passe interrompt mille drmes?The Shadow of Life|Anne Douglas Sedgwick
Goethe and Lessing deemed them worthy of attention; and in 1721 Le Sage wrote plays for puppets to perform.
"Gil Blas," by Le Sage, is one of the most famous and widely read books in the world.The World's Best Books|Frank Parsons
British Dictionary definitions for Le Sage
/ (French lə saʒ) /
Alain-René (alɛ̃rəne). 1668–1747, French novelist and dramatist, author of the picaresque novel Gil Blas (1715–35)
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