Chester Alan, 1830–86, 21st president of the U.S. 1881–85.
legendary king in ancient Britain: leader of the Knights of the Round Table.
a male given name.
In the sequel, Downey is back as the Arthur Conan Doyle detective, along with director Guy Ritchie and Jude Law as Watson.
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Thank the nonexistent gods of Karl Marx that Arthur Miller wrote The Crucible so I could imagine the blacklist.
Erica Jong Defends Feminist Revolution Erica Jong March 26, 2012
The “he” is Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. “She,” of course, is Ms. Abramson.
Can We Trust The New York Times After the Abramson Debacle? Joe Concha May 18, 2014
In The Fall of Arthur, when Tolkien writes of Avalon, he means that same elvish island.
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And Arthur Laffer, the creator of supply-side economics, may have fathered six children.
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If you will go and get ready for dinner, Arthur, said Mrs. Vincent, I will light the lamp.
Salem Chapel, v. 2/2 Mrs. Oliphant
It only lingers now in the writings of Ouida and the poems of Arthur Symonds.
The Green Carnation Robert Smythe Hichens
“But must go soon after, as I have an engagement,” added Arthur.
Elsie’s Womanhood Martha Finley
Arthur Manley whom a villain tries to ruin, is the hero of this book.
Lilith Ada Langworthy Collier
A day or two later, Arthur Duncan came in for the third time.
Maida’s Little Shop Inez Haynes Irwin
a legendary king of the Britons in the sixth century ad, who led Celtic resistance against the Saxons: possibly based on a historical figure; represented as leader of the Knights of the Round Table at Camelot
Chester Alan. 1830–86, 21st president of the US (1881–85)
(Austral & NZ, informal) not know whether one is Arthur or Martha, to be in a state of confusion
masc. proper name, from Medieval Latin Arthurus/Arturus, from Welsh arth “bear,” cognate with Greek arktos, Latin ursus (see Arctic).
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Acton [ak-tuh n] /ˈæk tən/ (Show IPA) pen name of . Alexander Graham, 1847–1922, U.S. scientist, born in Scotland: inventor of the telephone. (Arthur) Clive (Howard) 1881–1964, English critic of literature and art. Currer [kur-er] /ˈkɜr ər/ (Show IPA) pen name of . Ellis, pen name of . James Thomas (“Cool Papa”) 1903–91, U.S. baseball […]
arthrodynia arthrodynia ar·thro·dyn·i·a (är’thrō-dĭn’ē-ə) n. See arthralgia. ar’thro·dyn’ic (-dĭn’ĭk) adj.
John Haynes [heynz] /heɪnz/ (Show IPA), 1879–1964, U.S. clergyman. Oliver Wendell [wen-dl] /ˈwɛn dl/ (Show IPA), 1809–94, U.S. poet, novelist, essayist, and physician. his son, Oliver Wendell, 1841–1935, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1902–32. Sherlock, a detective in many mystery stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Contemporary Examples At 25, Holmes […]
Alice, 1820–71, U.S. poet (sister of Phoebe Cary). (Arthur) Joyce (Lunel) [loon-l] /ˈlun l/ (Show IPA), 1888–1957, English novelist. Henry Francis, 1772–1844, British writer and translator. Phoebe, 1824–71, U.S. poet (sister of Alice Cary). a town in central North Carolina. a male given name. a female given name, form of . Contemporary Examples He’s no […]