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Bragdon

[brag-duh n] /ˈbræg dən/
noun
1.
Claude, 1866–1946, U.S. architect, stage designer, and author.
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  • Thus far, even by his own account, Bragdon was not much of an artist.

    One Woman's Life Robert Herrick
  • Then there was an intermission—Bragdon had to finish some work—and Milly felt restless.

    One Woman's Life Robert Herrick
  • It was in the autumn after Bragdon had been on the magazine staff for some months.

    One Woman's Life Robert Herrick
  • For his fame had raised him altogether out of Bragdon's class.

    One Woman's Life Robert Herrick
  • For Bragdon until the last weeks had been earning a very fair income.

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  • So, all told, they were able to start rather to the windward, as Bragdon put it.

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  • Bragdon could not appreciate the full irony of the situation.

    One Woman's Life Robert Herrick
  • "To have some one to work for," Bragdon, who was not without a sense of humor, suggested.

    One Woman's Life Robert Herrick

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