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Cattell

[kuh-tel]
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noun
  1. James Mc·Keen [muh-keen] /məˈkin/, 1860–1944, U.S. psychologist, educator, and editor.
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Historical Examples

  • The cattell which we breed are commonlie such, as for greatnesse of Cattell.

    Chronicles (1 of 6): The Description of Britaine

    Raphaell Holinshed

  • Also some of their cattell perish, either by disease or mischance.

  • Cattell finds this so indubitable, that he wants to use speed as a test in the examinations in foreign languages.

  • And first there insued barrennesse of ground, and thereby famine amongest the people, and morraine of cattell.

  • Cattell, calm as usual, sat all day at the instrument shelf with the receivers on, and ate his luncheon there.

    Tom Slade with the Colors

    Percy K. Fitzhugh