Definition of Delorme
1. Noun. French royal architect who built the Tuileries Palace and Gardens in Paris for Catherine de Medicis (1515-1570).
Generic synonyms: Architect, Designer
Lexicographical Neighbors of Delorme
Literary usage of Delorme
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1873)
"CITIZEN delorme. “So far, the smallest of boys could have done the business. ... She married Auguste delorme. Where are they? What, I come from England and ..."
2. The Canadian Album: Men of Canada : Or, Success by Example, in Religion by William Cochrane, John Castell Hopkins, W. J. Hunter (1895)
"His father is Louis delorme, while his mother's maiden name was Abbina Pre- vost. ... Mr. delorme was educated at St. Lawrence School, after which he spent ..."
3. Paris and the Parisians in 1835 by Frances Trollope (1836)
"Rendezvous in the Passage delorme. — St. Denis — Tomb prepared for ... The place of general rendezvous for us and our hampers was the Galerie delorme, ..."
4. The Literary Movement in France During the Nineteenth Century by Georges Pellissier (1897)
"... he has borrowed, Joseph delorme early found himself following out a long series of trials and deceptions. In these he lived and aged before his time. ..."
5. The Canadian Law Times by Armour, Edward Douglas, 1851-1922, Judicial Committee, Great Britain, Elliott, Charles, Privy Council, Gillis, Edward, Hunter, Alfred Taylour, 1867-1957, Thompson, Bram (1919)
"Judgment of the Court of King's Bench (QR 28 KB 14), reversed, Duff and Mignault, JJ, dissenting. delorme v. Cusson (28 Can. 8. ..."