[guht-suh n] /ˈgʌt sən/ (Show IPA), 1867–1941, and his brother Solon Hannibal, 1868–1922, U.S. sculptors.
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(John) Gutzon (ˈɡʌtsən). 1867–1941, US sculptor, noted for his monumental busts of US presidents carved in the mountainside of Mount Rushmore
borgia, lucrezia Borgia, Lucrezia [(looh-kret-see-uh, looh-kree-shuh bawr-juh, bawr-zhuh)]
any color having components of both red and blue, such as lavender, especially one deep in tone. cloth or clothing of this hue, especially as formerly worn distinctively by persons of imperial, royal, or other high rank. the rank or office of a cardinal. the office of a bishop. imperial, regal, or princely rank or […]
Very fortunate, as in Peter comes out ahead no matter what he tries; he was born under a lucky star . That stars influence human lives is an ancient idea, and lucky star was used by writers from Shakespeare to the present. The precise phrase appears in a compendium of English idioms compiled by J. […]
a utensil for use in eating, stirring, measuring, ladling, etc., consisting of a small, shallow bowl with a handle. any of various implements, objects, or parts resembling or suggesting this. a spoonful. Also called spoon bait. Angling. a lure used in casting or trolling for fish, consisting of a bright spoon-shaped piece of metal or […]