Ebenezer Scrooge made terrible decisions along the way and lost the love of his life because of it.
From Ebenezer Scrooge to Arthur Jensen in Network, here are some of the most famous one percent characters from books and movies.
The criticism heaped on Ebenezer for his part in it had only served to make him more arrogant at home and abroad.
And my, how the Giant roared with glee when he caught sight of Ebenezer.
For the first time Twinkleheels noticed that Ebenezer had many good points.
"You must speak up if you expect me to hear, young lady," growled Ebenezer.
Ebenezer Erskine reminds me of his great predecessor, Samuel Rutherford.
"He will be a long time getting there," sneered Ebenezer Brown.
"I used to fool with it some when I was a little shaver," Ebenezer said.
In 1737, these Saltzburghers had built a town, Ebenezer, in Georgia.
masc. proper name, sometimes also the name of a Protestant chapel or meeting house, from name of a stone raised by Samuel to commemorate a victory over the Philistines at Mizpeh (I Sam. vii:12), from Hebrew ebhen ezar "stone of help," from ebhen "stone" + ezer "help."