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[huhd-l-stuh n]
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  1. (Ernest Urban) Trevor,1913–1998, English Anglican archbishop and antiapartheid activist in Africa.
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Examples from the Web for huddleston

Historical Examples

  • Mr. Huddleston was present throughout most of the Conference.

    The Fruits of Victory

    Norman Angell

  • So I went on—‘Mrs. Huddleston, our society wouldn’t like it.

    All the Days of My Life: An Autobiography

    Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr

  • Huddleston, the elder, who was the proprietor of this island, commanded a regiment.

  • And he answered without a moment's hesitation that Huddleston, Michigan, would satisfy my loftiest ideal of godforsakenness.

    Blacksheep! Blacksheep!

    Meredith Nicholson

  • Something's got to happen or the lake will rise in one vast wave and destroy Huddleston.

    Blacksheep! Blacksheep!

    Meredith Nicholson

British Dictionary definitions for huddleston


  1. Trevor. 1913–98, British Anglican prelate; suffragan bishop of Stepney (1968–78) and bishop of Mauritius (1978–83); president of the Anti-Apartheid Movement (1981–94)
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