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[muh k-brahyd] /məkˈbraɪd/
[shawn] /ʃɔn/ (Show IPA),
1904–88, Irish politician and diplomat, born in France: Nobel Peace Prize 1974. Unabridged
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  • You were unlucky, and a man working for MacBride can't afford to be unlucky; so he told me to come and finish the job.

    Calumet 'K' Samuel Merwin
  • The typewritten letter to MacBride & Company lay at his elbow.

    Calumet 'K' Samuel Merwin
  • Dr. MacBride has given a very interesting and illustrative case of this disease.

  • If we don't, MacBride will just make up his mind we're no good.

    Calumet 'K' Samuel Merwin
  • Indeed Dr. MacBride says, that he could only restore very thin pieces of putrid flesh by means of fixed air.

  • Mr. MacBride says that you can have all January for a vacation if you get it through.

    Calumet 'K' Samuel Merwin
  • But Dr. MacBride never thought once of the lives of these waifs.

    The Virginian Owen Wister
  • I'd like to know why I ain't entitled to a night's sleep as well as MacBride.

    Calumet 'K' Samuel Merwin
  • Douglass is going to have MacBride make up half a dozen more machines.

    The Ultimate Weapon John Wood Campbell
  • He looked at Small and then he turned and looked at MacBride.

    Fore! Charles Emmett Van Loan
British Dictionary definitions for MacBride


Sean (ʃɔːn). 1904–88, Irish statesman; minister for external affairs (1948–51); chairman of Amnesty International (1961–75); Nobel Peace Prize 1974; UN commissioner for Namibia (1974–76)
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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