- Sieg·fried (Lo·raine) [seeg-freed law-reyn, loh-] /ˈsig frid lɔˈreɪn, loʊ-/, 1886–1967, English poet and novelist.
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Examples from the Web for sassoon
While he spoke to Sassoon his eyes were fixed on the rider halted in their path.
Sassoon could not see who had subdued him, nor did he take long to decide what to do.
“Sassoon is in town,” exclaimed Lefever with certainty after he had told the story.
One man I would like to see is that sheriff, Druel, who let Sassoon get out.
And I say––without any intention of impertinence to anybody else––Sassoon is a cur.
- Siegfried (Lorraine). 1886–1967, British poet and novelist, best known for his poems of the horrors of war collected in Counterattack (1918) and Satirical Poems (1926). He also wrote a semi-fictitious autobiographical trilogy The Memoirs of George Sherston (1928–36)
- Vidal. 1928–2012, British hair stylist: founder and chairman of Vidal Sassoon Inc
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