Voltaire definition

vōl-târ, vŏl-, vôl-tĕr
French philosopher and writer whose works often attack injustice and intolerance. He wrote the satirical novel Candide (1759) and the Philosophical Dictionary (1764).
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(person) (born François Marie Arouet) 1694-1778; Fr. writer and philosopher.
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