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Lutyens

[luhch-uh nz, luht-yuh nz] /ˈlʌtʃ ənz, ˈlʌt yənz/
noun
1.
Sir Edwin Landseer, 1869–1944, English architect.
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  • Lutyens said nothing to his men, because it had all been said before.

    The Day's Work, Volume 1 Rudyard Kipling
  • "'Looks like it," said Grey Dawn, as Lutyens swung himself up.

    The Day's Work, Volume 1 Rudyard Kipling
  • As Lutyens mounted Grey Dawn he looked at his men, and they did not look pretty.

    The Day's Work, Volume 1 Rudyard Kipling
  • The Maltese Cat had put his nose into the front of Lutyens' shirt and was trying to say how sorry he was.

    The Day's Work, Volume 1 Rudyard Kipling
  • Lutyens felt the little chap take a deep breath, and, as it were, crouch under his rider.

    The Day's Work, Volume 1 Rudyard Kipling
  • They are designed by the great architect Lutyens, whose wife, Lady Emily, is an ardent theosophist.

    Ghosts I Have Seen Violet Tweedale
British Dictionary definitions for Lutyens

Lutyens

/ˈlʌtʃəns/
noun
1.
Sir Edwin. 1869–1944, British architect, noted for his neoclassical country houses and his planning of New Delhi, India
2.
his daughter, Elisabeth. 1906–83, British composer
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