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cause cé•lè•bre



Pronunciation: (kôz' su-leb'ru, -leb'; Fr. kōz sā-leb'ru), [key]
pl. causes cé•lè•bresPronunciation: (kôz' su-leb'ruz, su-lebz', kô'ziz su-leb'ru, -leb'; Fr. kōz sā-leb'ru). [key]

any controversy that attracts great public attention, as a celebrated legal case or trial.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

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