Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Of or relating to Gaul or France; French.

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  • adjective Of or relating to Gaul or France.

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[Latin Gallicus, from Gallus, a Gaul.]

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From Latin gallicus.

Examples

  • Guy Cogeval, the exhibit's head curator, says even in the 20th century, Monet has been met with what he calls a Gallic snobbishness.

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  • Here as elsewhere, Pennac's aphoristic style puts the ooh-la-la in Gallic shrug:

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  • Alamy Cycling along the coast of Ile de Re Ile de Re - 50 kilometers The island on France's Atlantic coast has been described as the Gallic Hamptons: a resort area just hours from Paris enjoying a sunny microclimate, beaches, oysters and fine wines.

    Freewheeling Around Europe

  • Guy Cogeval, the exhibit's head curator, says even in the 20th century, Monet has been met with what he calls a Gallic snobbishness.

    Exhibit Challenges French Impressions Of Monet

  • Here as elsewhere, Pennac's aphoristic style puts the ooh-la-la in Gallic shrug:

    Giving Up

  • Guy Cogeval, the exhibit's head curator, says even in the 20th century, Monet has been met with what he calls a Gallic snobbishness.

    Exhibit Challenges French Impressions Of Monet

  • Guy Cogeval, the exhibit's head curator, says even in the 20th century, Monet has been met with what he calls a Gallic snobbishness.

    Exhibit Challenges French Impressions Of Monet

  • Guy Cogeval, the exhibit's head curator, says even in the 20th century, Monet has been met with what he calls a Gallic snobbishness.

    Exhibit Challenges French Impressions Of Monet

  • Guy Cogeval, the exhibit's head curator, says even in the 20th century, Monet has been met with what he calls a Gallic snobbishness.

    Exhibit Challenges French Impressions Of Monet

  • The 30 x 1 min Gallic show was an instant hit when it aired on Canal Plus seven years ago, but has grown to become an Internet phenom, with pirated Arab and Creole-language versions, as well as the original French and English versions, popular on sites such as YouTube.

    Les Lascars to Jump to Film » Fanboy.com

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