[too-soh, tuh-; French ty-soh]
- Marie Gros·holtz [grohs-hohlts] /ˈgroʊs hoʊlts/, Madame Tussaud, 1760–1850, Swiss wax modeler in France and England: wax museum founder.
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Tussaud's is vast and brilliant; the Muse Grvin is small and mysterious.A Wanderer in Paris
E. V. Lucas
These then were Tussaud's "petite fées," and pretty ones too.Jethou
E. R. Suffling
It should be approached with respect, and not merely introduced as a juvenile appendix to Madame (p. 103) Tussaud's!Highways and Byways in London
Mrs. E. T. Cook.
Thus the congregation on Christmas morning is mostly a Tussaud collection of celebrities who have been born in the neighbourhood.Return of the Native
This frightful exhibition, which was of the nature of the Tussaud Museum or a masquerade, positively frightened Amedee.A Romance of Youth, Complete
- Marie (mari). 1760–1850, Swiss modeller in wax, who founded a permanent exhibition in London of historical and contemporary figures
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