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Mackellar

noun
  1. Dorothea. 1885–1968, Australian poet, who wrote "My Country", Australia's best known poem
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Historical Examples

  • Mackellar fled before his face as it had been the face of the Medusa.

    The Shoes of Fortune

    Neil Munro

  • To a fine fellow called MacKellar first and to my king and country after?

  • I saw his smile in the light of his lanthom, 'twas no other than MacKellar of Kilbride!

  • Dr. Mackellar comes to take my place, and my watch is at an end.

  • Do you happen to have a typewriter in the house, Mr. MacKellar?

    King Coal

    Upton Sinclair