James (“the Admirable Crichton”) 1560?–82, Scottish scholar and linguist.
Michael, 1942–2008, U.S. novelist.
“The YA market is growing up faster than in years past, because of news, blogs, and Internet content,” Crichton explains.
The Next Twilight? Isabel Wilkinson March 19, 2009
And remember this, Crichton, for the time being you are my equal.
The Admirable Crichton J. M. Barrie
Like the Admirable Crichton, no art is to her unknown, no accomplishment by her neglected.
The Bacillus of Beauty Harriet Stark
Was it not martyrdom to me,—that horrid time in which your Crichton from Cambridgeshire was in the ascendant?
Can You Forgive Her? Anthony Trollope
But from this to a master of all the arts, to an admirable Crichton, is a great step.
Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician Frederick Niecks
The other is yet another Lady in White, whose rare appearance foretold grief or misfortune to the Crichton family.
Witchcraft and Superstitious Record in the South-Western District of Scotland J. Maxwell Wood
They, in reprisal, sacked his castle of Crichton, and nearly caught him.
The Mystery of Mary Stuart Andrew Lang
Crichton shivered all over, worse than he had done out in the cold March evening.
Barren Honour: A Novel George A. Lawrence
Doctor Crichton, carrying with him a cow and divers other necessaries.
The Royal Mail James Wilson Hyde
He might be a year older than Tom, but was very little bigger, and he was the Crichton of our village boys.
Tom Brown’s School Days Thomas Hughes
James. 1560–82, Scottish scholar and writer, called the Admirable Crichton because of his talents
(John) Michael. 1942–2008, US novelist, screenwriter, and film director; his thrillers, many of which have been filmed, include The Andromeda Strain (1969), Jurassic Park (1990), and Disclosure (1994)
- The admirable crichton
a comedy (1902) by Sir James M. Barrie. James (“the Admirable Crichton”) 1560?–82, Scottish scholar and linguist. Michael, 1942–2008, U.S. novelist. noun James. 1560–82, Scottish scholar and writer, called the Admirable Crichton because of his talents (John) Michael. 1942–2008, US novelist, screenwriter, and film director; his thrillers, many of which have been filmed, include The […]
the commander in chief of a fleet. a naval officer of the highest rank. a naval officer of a high rank: the grades in the U.S. Navy are , admiral, vice-admiral, and . Obsolete. the flagship of an admiral. British. a master who directs a fishing fleet. any of several often brightly colored butterflies of […]
worthy of ; inspiring approval, reverence, or affection. excellent; first-rate. Contemporary Examples Mulligan and Timberlake may be stars, but the Coens leave them admirably unbuffed. Why No Oscar Love For ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’? Tim Teeman January 19, 2014 Twelve days later he admirably fulfilled his enforcer role when he badly beat opposing player David Koci. […]
- Admiral of the fleet
an officer of the highest rank in the British navy.