Origin of revue
Examples from the Web for revue
Competition is fierce for the revue, so her talent must have shone.
Besides, the Revue supplies a definite demand which does not change from year to year.
Laurie intends to ask Veronica Browning to take part in the revue.Marjorie Dean High School Senior|Pauline Lester
Published by C. de Vesme in his Revue des Études psychiques, 1901.Mysterious Psychic Forces|Camille Flammarion
British Dictionary definitions for revue
less commonly review
Word Origin for revue
Word Origin and History for revue
1872, "show presenting a review of current events," from French revue, from Middle French, literally "survey," noun use of fem. past participle of revoir "to see again" (see review (n.)). Later extended to shows consisting of a series of unrelated scenes.