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/ rɔsˈtɑ̃ /
Ed·mond [ed-mawn], /ɛdˈmɔ̃/, 1868–1918, French dramatist and poet.
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How to use Rostand in a sentence
Lovelorn Cyrano may not have exactly been a player, but Rostand certainly understood the game.
Maeterlinck has written a fairy story for children; Rostand a satire for grown people.
Notwithstanding even his tremendous abilities, Rostand and the critics discovered that he was not the man for the part.
We met a great many agreeable people, among whom was the poet Rostand (he is the brother-in-law of the attaché).
Rostand was very talkative, and I enjoyed, more than words can tell, my conversation with him.
A muse so rich in the improbable as M. Rostand's need not borrow a piece of supernaturalness from anybody.
British Dictionary definitions for Rostand
Edmond (ɛdmɔ̃). 1868–1918, French playwright and poet in the romantic tradition; best known for his verse drama Cyrano de Bergerac (1897)
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