Definition of Gallet
1. to fill in mortar joints with stone chips [v -ED, -ING, -S]
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Literary usage of Gallet
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1. Musical Memories by Camille Saint-Saëns (1919)
"I first met Louis gallet in 1871. Camille du Locle, who was the manager of the Opera-Com- ique at the time, could not put on Le Timbre d'Argent, ..."
2. The Chronicles of Enguerrand de Monstrelet: Containing an Account of the by Enguerrand de Monstrelet, Bon-Joseph Dacier, Pierre Desrey (1867)
"The said d'Alençon said, that being astonished that gallet was not returned fron England, ... He added, that gallet came back from England about Low Sunday, ..."
3. Reports on the Law of Civil Government in Territory Subject to Military by United States Bureau of Insular Affairs, Charles Edward Magoon (1903)
"DON GUSTAVO gallet DUPLESSIS FOR SIMILAR RELIEF AND INDEMNITY. [Submitted August 8, 1900. Case No. 1136, Division of Insular Affairs, War Department. ..."
4. My Recollections by Jules Massenet, Harry Villiers Barnett (1919)
"I rushed to tell gallet, and then went home to Fontainebleau, ... As I put my manuscript back into my old leather portfolio and gallet and I prepared to go: ..."
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