Hathaway



Anne, 1557–1623, the wife of William Shakespeare.
Contemporary Examples

Hathaway has breathlessly thanked every member of her “team” during her countless awards-season acceptance speeches.
The Anne Hathaway Hatred Is Out of Control Kevin Fallon March 3, 2013

Shulman, who announced his engagement to Hathaway last week, is nothing like her previous fiancé.
Anne Hathaway’s New Fiancé, Adam Shulman, a Mystery Man Diane Herbst December 5, 2011

Hathaway, a total pro, gives everything to the role, exploiting those enormous eyes and wide mouth for its tragic-clown effect.
Why All the Hate for Les Mis? Megan McArdle January 6, 2013

Hathaway, by comparison, gave some speeches that were kind of annoying.
The Anne Hathaway Hatred Is Out of Control Kevin Fallon March 3, 2013

Yet Hathaway still won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, and Les Misérables was a global box-office smash.
Why Do We Still Hate Gwyneth Paltrow? Kevin Fallon May 1, 2013

Historical Examples

Bunches of sweet herbs hung from the rafters, but there were no cobwebs, because of Miss Hathaway’s perfect housekeeping.
Lavender and Old Lace Myrtle Reed

Of these the two which I have seen most of are the Hathaway and the Spineless.
Northern Nut Growers Association, Report of the Proceedings at the Fourth Annual Meeting Various

Molly, if you will excuse me, I shall take Miss Hathaway into my office first and have a talk with her and shall see you later.
Molly Brown’s Post-Graduate Days Nell Speed

“Pardon our intrusion,” said Colonel Hathaway, raising his hat.
Mary Louise Solves a Mystery L. Frank Baum

In memory he wandered back to his old friends, Craft and Hathaway.
A. D. 2000 Alvarado M. Fuller

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Anne. ?1557–1623, wife of William Shakespeare

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