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McCloskey

[muh-klos-kee]
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noun
  1. John,1810–85, U.S. Roman Catholic clergyman: first U.S. cardinal 1875.
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Historical Examples

  • But the man doesn't live that can hold a grudge against you, McCloskey.

    The Hallowell Partnership

    Katharine Holland Brown

  • "'Tis hardly a protector I'd call him," Mr. McCloskey returned.

    The Hallowell Partnership

    Katharine Holland Brown

  • But McCloskey, the Lawrenceville chief of police, was one of the number.

    The Real Man

    Francis Lynde

  • By this time McCloskey had his hat tilted to the belligerent angle.

  • McCloskey sat up and tilted the derby to the back of his head.