Definition of Gombrowicz

1. Noun. Polish author (1904-1969).

Exact synonyms: Witold Gombrowicz
Generic synonyms: Author, Writer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gombrowicz

Golgi type II neuron
Golgi type I neuron
Golgi zone
Golgotha
Goli otok
Goliard
Goliards
Goliath
Goliath beetle
Goll's column
Gollum
Gollums
Goltz syndrome
Goma
Gombault's triangle
Gombrowicz (current term)
Gomel
Gomoku
Gomori's aldehyde fuchsin stain
Gomori's chrome alum haematoxylin-phloxine stain
Gomori's methenamine-silver stain
Gomori's non-specific acid phosphatase stain
Gomori's non-specific alkaline phosphatase stain
Gomori's one-step trichrome stain
Gomori's silver impregnation stain
Gomori procedure
Gomorrha

Literary usage of Gombrowicz

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1. Mute Vol II #4 by Mute (2006)
"... notion of interpersonal form - 'for Gombrowicz, our "form" is merely a relational property, linking us with those who reify us by the way they see us, ..."

2. Wisdom for the Soul: Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing by Larry Chang (2006)
"... a way that he continually has to define himself and continually escape his own definitions. ~ Witold Gombrowicz, 1904-1969 ~ in Contemporary Artists, ..."

3. Mute Magazine (2007)
"Despite this Jaron is unhappy to be misrepresented and allowed no recourse, as was Gombrowicz. He is clear the 'collective intelligence' harnessed in Web ..."

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