[ahn-drey] /ɑ̃ˈdreɪ/ (Show IPA), 1613–1700, French architect and landscape designer.
The great periwig shrivelled to a pigtail, and petty flourish took the place of lenotre’s grandezza.
The Development of the Feeling for Nature in the Middle Ages and Modern Times Alfred Biese
Soon it must be only a garden, “only a garden of lenotre, correct, ridiculous and charming.”
Visions and Revisions John Cowper Powys
André, 1877–1932, French minister of war 1929–32: backed construction of Maginot Line. Historical Examples Hitler would never dare attack the Maginot Line, and eventually the war would just peter out. Dave Dawson at Dunkirk Robert Sydney Bowen She was first married to Maginot, and afterwards to Jules Delaherche. A Zola Dictionary J. G. Patterson
André [ahn-drey] /ɑ̃ˈdreɪ/ (Show IPA), 1901–76, French novelist, critic, and politician. Contemporary Examples “Our brothers in the Order of the Night,” Malraux called them—born into a tumultuous century and then destroyed by it. France Honors Women … Finally Katie Baker February 21, 2014 A place that, as we have known since Malraux, is not a […]
- Andre marie ampere
André Marie [ahn-drey muh-ree;; French ahn-drey ma-ree] /ˈɑn dreɪ məˈri;; French ɑ̃ˈdreɪ maˈri/ (Show IPA), 1775–1836, French physicist. noun the basic SI unit of electric current; the constant current that, when maintained in two parallel conductors of infinite length and negligible cross section placed 1 metre apart in free space, produces a force of 2 […]
André [ahn-drey] /ɑ̃ˈdreɪ/ (Show IPA), (Émile Salomon Wilhelm Herzog) 1885–1967, French biographer and novelist. Historical Examples The tanks serving the first two brigades returned to Maurois when their day’s work had been completed, arriving in camp at dusk. A Company of Tanks W. H. L. Watson The enemy shelled Maurois persistently, sending over a few […]