Nadar [ nah- dahr; French n a- da ] r SHOW IPA / nɑˈdɑr; French naˈdær / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun , 1820–1910, Gaspard-Félix Tournachon French journalist and pioneer of aerial photography.
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How to use Nadar in a sentence
After these studies he created a Balzac much like the one in
Nadar's daguerreotype. Nadar was stretched on the ground with a dislocated thigh; his wife had fallen into the river.
Nadar had cut out for himself an arduous task will be readily believed.
Nadar had been editor of L'Aeronaut, a French journal devoted to the advancement of aerostation generally. British Dictionary definitions for Nadar noun real name Gaspard Félix Tournachon . 1820–1910, French photographer, writer, and caricaturist: noted for his portrait photographs of artists and writers and for taking the first aerial photographs (1858)
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