Definition of Maurice Chevalier

1. Noun. French actor and cabaret singer (1888-1972).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Maurice Chevalier

Maundy Thursday
Maundy money
Maura
Maureen
Maureen Catherine Connolly
Maurer's clefts
Maurer's dots
Mauresque
Mauretania
Mauretanian
Mauriac
Mauriac's syndrome
Maurice
Maurice Barrymore
Maurice Chevalier (current term)
Maurice Hugh Frederick Wilkins
Maurice Ravel
Maurice Utrillo
Maurice Wilkins
Maurice de Vlaminck
Mauriceau
Mauriceau's manoeuvre
Mauriceau-Levret manoeuvre
Maurician
Maurism
Maurist
Maurists
Mauritania
Mauritanian

Literary usage of Maurice Chevalier

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1. The A. E. F.: With General Pershing and the American Forces by Heywood Broun (1918)
"Thus, under the picture of Maurice Chevalier, a clever comedian and dancer, one read that Mons. Chevalier was wounded at the battle of Cutry, when a bullet ..."

2. The Reluctant Sheriff: The United States After the Cold War by Richard N. Haass (1997)
"In the memorable words of the renowned international relations theorist Maurice Chevalier, thank heaven for little girls. ..."

3. Monaco by Gustave Saige (1897)
"Le prince fut alors fait brigadier. Le chevalier de Monaco blessé à Fontenoy (1745). — Son frère, Charles-Maurice, chevalier de ..."

4. Adventure Guide by Heather Stimmler-Hall (2004)
"Cross the street to the Place Maurice Chevalier and follow the Rue Etienne Dolet to the Boulevard de Belleville. The colorful Marche Belleville, ..."

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