[muh-kahr-thee] /məˈkɑr θi/
[kawr-mak,, ‐muh k] /ˈkɔr mæk,, ‐mək/ (Show IPA), born 1933, U.S. novelist.
Joseph R(aymond) 1909–57, U.S. politician.
Joseph Vincent, 1887–1978, U.S. baseball manager.
Mary (Therese) 1912–1989, U.S. novelist and memoirist.
Cormac. born 1933, US writer; his novels include Suttree (1979), Blood Meridian (1985), All the Pretty Horses (1992), No Country for Old Men (2005) and The Road (2006)
Joseph R(aymond). 1908–57, US Republican senator, who led (1950-54) the notorious investigations of alleged Communist infiltration into the US government
Mary (Therese). 1912–89, US novelist and critic; her works include The Group (1963)
[muh-kairt-nee] /məˈkɛərt ni/ noun 1. (Sir) (James) Paul, born 1942, English singer, songwriter, and bass guitarist for the Beatles. /məˈkɑːtnɪ/ noun 1. Sir Paul. born 1942, English rock musician and songwriter; member of the Beatles (1961–70); leader of Wings (1971–81). His recordings include Band on the Run (1973), “Mull of Kintyre” (1977), Flowers in the […]
[muh-kahr-thee-iz-uh m] /məˈkɑr θiˌɪz əm/ noun 1. the practice of making accusations of disloyalty, especially of pro-Communist activity, in many instances unsupported by proof or based on slight, doubtful, or irrelevant evidence. 2. the practice of making unfair allegations or using unfair investigative techniques, especially in order to restrict dissent or political criticism. /məˈkɑːθɪˌɪzəm/ noun […]
[muh-kaw-lee] /məˈkɔ li/ noun 1. Mary Ludwig Hays, real name of .
[muh-kee] /məˈki/ noun 1. Winsor, 1871?–1934, U.S. artist, cartoonist, and animator.