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Hepburn

[hep-burn] /ˈhɛpˌbɜrn/
noun
1.
Audrey, 1929–93, U.S. actress, born in Belgium.
2.
Katharine, 1909–2003, U.S. actress.
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  • "I simply have to go to Mrs. Hepburn's to-morrow," she thought panic-stricken.

    Rosemary Josephine Lawrence
  • Hepburn, I am told that you grossly insulted the Flag and the Army uniform.

  • To Sayles the older Hepburn had gone, taking along with him his "witnesses."

  • On the 29th of October Richardson and Hepburn came in—walking skeletons.

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  • Mr. Hepburn apologized very humbly, after regaining his chair.

British Dictionary definitions for Hepburn

Hepburn

/ˈhɛpˌbɜːn/
noun
1.
Audrey. 1929–93, US actress, born in Belgium. Her films include Roman Holiday (1955), Funny Face (1957), and My Fair Lady (1964)
2.
Katharine. 1907–2003, US film actress, whose films include The Philadelphia Story (1940), Adam's Rib (1949), The African Queen (1951), The Lion in Winter (1968) for which she won an Oscar, and On Golden Pond (1981)
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