Sartor Resartus

[ sahr-ter ri-sahr-tuhs ]

  1. a satirical work (1833–34) by Carlyle.

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How to use Sartor Resartus in a sentence

  • Tessa Wadsworth lingered with her reticule, three parcels, a parasol, and Sartor Resartus in her hands.

    Tessa Wadsworth's Discipline | Jennie M. Drinkwater
  • Exi, erumpe, evade, or I'll turn you into a Sartor Resartus.

    My New Curate | P.A. Sheehan
  • She had, indeed, a far more explicit ethical code to offer than the author of 'Sartor Resartus.'

    George Eliot | Mathilde Blind
  • One is almost disappointed to find nothing upon the curious subject of horns in ‘Sartor Resartus.’

    English Costume | Dion Clayton Calthrop
  • You will be able to write Sartor Resartus, after eating of it freely.

    The Art of Entertaining | M. E. W. Sherwood