Definition of Gaucier
1. gaucy [adj] - See also: gaucy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gaucier
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Literary usage of Gaucier
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of the United Netherlands, from the Death of William the Silent to by John Lothrop Motley (1900)
"prowess of one of their captains, gaucier by name. This obedient Netherlander was in the habit of boasting that he had slain four hundred and ten men with ..."
2. The Two Knights of the Swan, Lohengrin and Helyas: A Study of the Legend of by Robert Jaffray (1910)
"Turning now to the work of the so-called continuators of Chretien, the first of those writers is known by a variety of names—Gautier de Denet, gaucier de ..."
3. The Scottish Minstrel: The Songs of Scotland Subsequent to Burns by Charles Rogers (1882)
"... ^Vas his shelter in winter, in summer his shade; And at kirk or at market, or bridals, I ween, A braw, gaucier bonnet there never was seen. ..."