noun re·marque \ri-ˈmärk\

Definition of REMARQUE

:  a drawn, etched, or incised scribble or sketch done on the margin of a plate or stone and removed before the regular printing
:  a proof taken before remarques have been removed

Origin of REMARQUE

French remarque remark, note, from Middle French, from remarquer
First Known Use: 1882


biographical name Re·marque \rə-ˈmärk\

Definition of REMARQUE

Erich Maria 1898–1970 Am. (Ger.-born) nov.


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