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Word: gauche

Definition: clumsy (in social behavior); coarse and uncouth


Sentences Containing 'gauche'

Other diverse projects he has been involved in include The Colors Tribute Band, Gauche, Trigger Happy, Foley, Horse Feathers, The Renovators, The BZNZZ, Pugsley Buzzard, Darth Vegas, Gl;tch Jukebox, The Rescue Ships, Brian Campeau, Dave Sattout, Killsong, the Belvoirs, Donne, The Ben Romalis Trio, and The Tango Saloon.
The earliest commercial recording of the ballad was by actor/singers Gordon Heath and Lee Payant, Americans who ran a cafe and nightclub, L'Abbaye, on the Rive Gauche in Paris.
Using the sea as a vantage point, the commune has four distinct sections: the right beach (Plage de Rive Droite), the Village, the left beach (Plage de Rive Gauche), Port Camargue and L'Espiguette.
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