Richard. 1848–87, British writer and naturalist, noted for his observation of English country life: his books include Bevis (1882) and collections of essays such as The Open Air (1885)
[jef-erz] /ˈdʒɛf ərz/ noun 1. (John) Robinson, 1887–1962, U.S. poet.
[jef-er-suh n] /ˈdʒɛf ər sən/ noun 1. Joseph, 1829–1905, U.S. actor. 2. Thomas, 1743–1826, U.S. statesman, diplomat, architect, and author: 3rd president of the U.S. 1801–09. 3. a river in SW Montana, flowing generally NE to join the Madison and Gallatin rivers to form the Missouri River. 225 miles (362 km) long. 4. Mount, a […]
noun 1. a city in and the capital of Missouri, in the central part, on the Missouri River. [mi-zoo r-ee, -zoo r-uh] /mɪˈzʊər i, -ˈzʊər ə/ noun, plural Missouris (especially collectively) Missouri for 3. 1. a state in the central United States. 69,674 sq. mi. (180,455 sq. km). Capital: Jefferson City. Abbreviation: MO (for use […]
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[dey-vis] /ˈdeɪ vɪs/ noun 1. Alexander Jackson, 1803–92, U.S. architect. 2. Benjamin Oliver, 1877–1970, U.S. military officer: first black Army brigadier general. 3. his son, Benjamin Oliver, Jr. 1912–2002, U.S. military officer: first black Air Force lieutenant general. 4. Bette [bet-ee] /ˈbɛt i/ (Show IPA), (Ruth Elizabeth Davis) 1908–89, U.S. film actress. 5. Dwight F(illey) […]