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Dodd

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noun
  1. William Edward,1869–1940, U.S. historian and diplomat.
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  • The lighting had been specially arranged for us by the kindness of Captain Dodd.

    The Last Voyage

    Lady (Annie Allnutt) Brassey

  • Did you ever chance to hear of Dodd and Dempsey, the great wine-merchants?

  • Once or twice it was proposed to bring me in, but Professor Dodd interfered and saved me.

    Memoirs

    Charles Godfrey Leland

  • Professor Dodd, when I arrived, had just begun his course of lectures on architecture.

    Memoirs

    Charles Godfrey Leland

  • Mr. Dodd, postmaster, the president of the club, was in the chair.

    Reminiscences of Queensland

    William Henry Corfield


British Dictionary definitions for dodd

Dodd

noun
  1. C (harles) H (arold). 1884–1973, British New Testament scholar. His works include The Parables of the Kingdom (1935)
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