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[gadz-duh n] /ˈgædz dən/
James, 1788–1858, U.S. railroad promoter and diplomat.
a city in NE Alabama. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • Here you are with your coat full of—what's Gadsden's absurd razor concoctions—strut—strop—bother!

  • I think it was the voice of Gadsden, the coach, that answered back.

    Those Times And These Irvin S. Cobb
  • At that time, just before the Gadsden treaty, the territory surveyed was in the republic of Mexico.

    Arizona's Yesterday John H. Cady
  • "Go it, Gadsden, you're a trump," rejoined a number of voices.

    Manuel Pereira F. C. Adams
  • The Gadsden Purchase of 1853 secured a further small strip of territory from Mexico.

  • The fifth, Gadsden Holmes, was pierced with no less than seven balls.

  • I only halted at Gadsden sufficiently long to destroy a quantity of arms and commissary stores found there, and proceeded on.

    The Battle of Atlanta Grenville M. Dodge
  • After resting about two hours, we resumed our march in the direction of Gadsden.

    The Battle of Atlanta Grenville M. Dodge
  • Colonel Gadsden was appointed quartermaster general for Florida, and acting inspector general.

    General Scott General Marcus J. Wright

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