[stahyn-bek] /ˈstaɪn bɛk/
[urnst] /ɜrnst/ (Show IPA), 1902–68, U.S. novelist: Nobel prize 1962.
John (Ernst). 1902–68, US writer, noted for his novels about agricultural workers, esp The Grapes of Wrath (1939): Nobel prize for literature 1962
[jonz-toun] /ˈdʒɒnzˌtaʊn/ noun 1. a city in SW Pennsylvania: disastrous flood 1889.
- John suckling
[suhk-ling] /ˈsʌk lɪŋ/ noun 1. Sir John, 1609–42, English poet. /ˈsʌklɪŋ/ noun 1. an infant or young animal that is still taking milk from the mother 2. a very young child /ˈsʌklɪŋ/ noun 1. Sir John. 1609–42, English Cavalier poet and dramatist n. mid-15c., “an infant at the breast,” from suck + diminutive suffix -ling. […]
- John sutter
[suht-er, soo-ter] /ˈsʌt ər, ˈsu tər/ noun 1. John Augustus, 1803–80, U.S. frontiersman: owner of Sutter’s Mill.
- John taverner
[tav-er-ner] /ˈtæv ər nər/ noun 1. John, 1490?–1545, English organist and composer. /ˈtævənə/ noun 1. (archaic) a keeper of a tavern 2. (obsolete) a constant frequenter of taverns /ˈtævənə/ noun 1. John. ?1495–1545, English composer, esp of church music; best known for the mass Western Wynde, based on a secular song