Colette


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Co·lette

 (kŏ-lĕt′, kô-), (Sidonie Gabrielle Claudine) 1873-1954.
French author known for her observations of class and sexual politics. She wrote the Claudine series of novels, as well as Chéri (1920) and Gigi (1945).

Colette

(kɒˈlɛt)
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(Biography) full name Sidonie Gabrielle Claudine Colette. 1873–1954, French novelist; her works include Chéri (1920), Gigi (1944), and the series of Claudine books

Co•lette

(koʊˈlɛt, kɔ-, kə-)

n.
(Sidonie Gabrielle Claudine Colette) 1873–1954, French author.
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Noun1.Colette - French writer of novels about women (1873-1954)
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Colette (whose name I do not know how to spell, for I was never in epistolary communication with that hospitable outlaw) was simply an unlicensed publican, who gave suppers after eleven at night, the Edinburgh hour of closing.
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Colette Nolan described how she is preparing to return to hospital instead of baking him a cake as she always assumed she would do.
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Colette Murphy, of Coundon, picked up a Highly Commended Life After Stroke Award from the Stroke Association, in recognition of her courage and determination since suffering a stroke aged 37 in February 2012.
Primary school teacher Colette, from Swansea, said: "People do a double-take when they see Archie going for a walk on his lead.