Rambert

[rahm-bair]
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Historical Examples of rambert

  • Mme. Rambert put down her needlework and rose and looked at the Danish professor.

    Fantmas

    Pierre Souvestre

  • Mr. Rambert had no books in his library which were not in perfect condition.

    The Queen of Hearts

    Wilkie Collins

  • Rambert, Lebert, etc.; and I confess it at once, for fear some one else shall find me out by simply buying the book there.

  • The expedition is less fatiguing if the climber passes the night at the Rambert shelter.

    Switzerland

    Frank Fox

  • On the subject of the missing number she said nothing, but of Mr. Rambert and his note she spoke with the most sovereign contempt.

    The Queen of Hearts

    Wilkie Collins


British Dictionary definitions for rambert

Rambert

noun
  1. Dame Marie . 1888–1982, British ballet dancer and teacher, born in Poland: founded the Ballet Rambert (1926)
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