Definition of gazette:
But he had not been content with that; and so soon as the Gazette announced that it was so, and had given men to understand that Monmouth had made his peace by turning King's evidence, what must His Grace do, but deny it again, and cause it to be denied too in all the coffee- houses in town?- "Oddsfish!", Robert Hugh Benson.
- "Star-Dust A Story of an American Girl", Fannie Hurst.
It was he who suggested the publication of my first scientific paper- a very little one- in the Medical Gazette of 1845, and most kindly corrected the literary faults which abounded in it, short as it was; for at that time, and for many years afterwards, I detested the trouble of writing, and would take no pains over it.- "Autobiography and Selected Essays", Thomas Henry Huxley.