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Da·lí

(dä-lē′, dä′lē), Salvador 1904-1989.
Spanish surrealist artist known for his flamboyant personal style and his disquieting interpretation of fantastic images in meticulously rendered canvases. Among his most famous works is The Persistence of Memory (1931).

Da′li·esque′ (dä′lē-ĕsk′) adj.
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Dali

(ˈdɑːlɪ; Spanish daˈliː)
n
(Biography) Salvador (ˈsælvədɔː). 1904–89, Spanish surrealist painter
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Da•li

(ˈdɑ li)

n.
Salvador, 1904–89, Spanish surrealist painter.
Da`li•esque′, adj.
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