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/ ˈtɜr nər /
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Cyril, 1575?–1626, English dramatist.
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How to use Tourneur in a sentence
It is very probable that Tourneur was concerned in other dramatic productions, which are either anonymous, or have been lost.
Tourneur has urged this doctrine at greater length in the second act of his "Atheist's Tragedy," 1612.
Just as the work was published, Sparrman reappeared, to the great astonishment of Le Tourneur.Celebrated Travels and Travellers|Jules Verne
No greater contrast is possible than that between our last two names—Day and Tourneur.A History of English Literature|George Saintsbury
The Atheist's Tragedy of Tourneur (a dramatist who need not otherwise detain us) gives some measure of its intelligence and depth.English Literature: Modern|G. H. Mair
British Dictionary definitions for Tourneur
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Cyril. ?1575–1626, English dramatist; author of The Atheist's Tragedy (1611) and, reputedly, of The Revenger's Tragedy (1607)
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