Definition of Gillette
1. Noun. United States inventor and manufacturer who developed the safety razor (1855-1932).
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Literary usage of Gillette
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Scrap Book (1906)
"gillette DESERTED LAW. Abetted by Mark Twain, the Future Playwright and Star Took to ... WILLIAM gillette may be said to have reached the stage on the run, ..."
2. Famous Actors of the Day in America by Lewis Clinton Strang (1899)
"WILLIAM gillette. IN considering William gillette two distinct persons have to ... There is Mr. gillette, the playwright, the author of two such fine acting ..."
3. The Cumulative Book Index by H.W. Wilson Company (1901)
"gillette, W:, as Sherlock Holmes: a series of 15 ... gillette. W: Hooker. A legal wreck. (Eagle ser., no. 182.) 1>. 288p. pa. lue. '00. Street. ..."
4. The British and American Drama of To-day: Outlines for Their Study by Barrett Harper Clark (1921)
"Like many other American dramatists, gillette is clever, amusing, technically efficient, and interesting) but not significant or illuminating. ..."
5. Some Players: Personal Sketches by Lillie (West) Brown [Buck, Amy Leslie (1899)
"It is only in the calm pleasure of the impression that Mr. gillette leaves among the favored few upon whom he bestows his companionship that the real charm ..."
6. Representative American Plays by Arthur Hobson Quinn (1917)
"... 1432 Broadway, New York. Reprinted by permission of Mr. William gillette and Ъу »pedal arrangement with Samuel French. ..."