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McKay

[muh-key] /məˈkeɪ/
noun
1.
Claude, 1890–1948, U.S. author, born in Jamaica: leader in the Harlem Renaissance.
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  • He snatched the package from the McKay hands and inspected it.

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  • McKay was a good general, in that he knew when it was wisest to retreat.

    The Depot Master Joseph C. Lincoln
  • The probability is that Mrs. McKay used no such stately language.

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  • "You're too hot for reason now, McKay," said Stanley, sadly.

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  • Because you are risking your whole future,—your profession, your good name, McKay.

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