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Pritchett

[prich-it]
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noun
  1. Sir V(ictor) S(awdon) [sawd-n] /ˈsɔd n/, 1900–97, English literary critic, journalist, novelist, and short-story writer.
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  • "At any rate, Mr. Pritchett, I'm very much obliged to you:" and so they parted.

    The Bertrams</p>

    Anthony Trollope

  • When he knew I was coming out to you, he made Pritchett—you know Pritchett?

    The Bertrams</p>

    Anthony Trollope

  • He said nothing about it; he merely told Mr. Pritchett to arrange the matter.

    The Bertrams</p>

    Anthony Trollope

  • How would Pritchett have rejoiced had he heard the old man speak so!

    The Bertrams</p>

    Anthony Trollope

  • Mr. Pritchett was dressed in his best, and was very sad and solemn.

    The Bertrams</p>

    Anthony Trollope


British Dictionary definitions for pritchett

Pritchett

noun
  1. Sir V (ictor) S (awdon). 1900–97, British short-story writer, novelist, essayist, and autobiographer; his works include Mr Beluncle (1951) and A Careless Widow (1989)
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