- 1The body of work of a painter, composer, or author: the complete oeuvre of MozartMore example sentences
- Both novels occupy somewhat ambiguous positions in the oeuvres of their authors.
- But even in the oeuvres of those authors, Jews, although mentioned, are usually dealt with superficially, not as a significant part of Hispanic culture.
- This causes havoc to the catalogue-based model of the oeuvre complete.
- 1.1A work of art, music, or literature: an early oeuvreMore example sentences
- He is an extremely prolific composer whose output also includes some five symphonies, violin concertos, cello concertos, chamber music and vocal oeuvres.
- An oeuvre that successfully cut across two distinct areas of film production: the art film and commercial cinema.
- Hence the reader is forced to rely on his own memory or find the reference in another of the author's oeuvres.
late 19th century: French, literally 'work'.
More definitions of oeuvreDefinition of oeuvre in:
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