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Scudéry

[sky-dey-ree]
noun
  1. Mag·de·leine de [mag-duh-len duh] /mag dəˈlɛn də/, 1607–1701, French novelist.
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Historical Examples of scudery

  • Scudery, brother of the celebrated Mademoiselle Scudery, was a true Parnassian bully.

    Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)

    Isaac D'Israeli

  • At his instigation, Scudery wrote to the Academy to make them the judges in the dispute.

  • Here also, we must look back to the Gothic romances, and to those of Scudery and Calprenede.

  • But, then, the French could match the paste euphuisms of Lyly with the novels of Scudery.

  • Scudery might not be so dull were she to take a hint from these smugglers' caves and sliding panels.

    Micah Clarke

    Arthur Conan Doyle