- Robert Em·met [em-it] /ˈɛm ɪt/, 1896–1955, U.S. dramatist.
- a town in central Arkansas.
- a male given name.
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Examples from the Web for sherwood
The Elliott camp argues, however, that he still might have decided to stay, depending on what Sherwood had to say.The Morning Show ‘Hunger Games’
April 3, 2014
“The double whammy of those two set me on a course of thinking about issues I had never done before,” Sherwood told the Times.
Will Sherwood, like Zucker, end up being widely perceived as failing upward?
During the conference call, Sherwood showed appropriate humility.
I learned a lot from Hemingway, Faulkner and Sherwood Anderson, the Bible, Dylan Thomas.Daniel Woodrell: How I Write
September 4, 2013
The baron, with some of his retainers and all the foresters, halted at daybreak in Sherwood forest.
Your right was the stronger in Arlingford, and ours is the stronger in Sherwood.
"I'm very superstitious; I am sure it was an imp," Miss Sherwood said.
"Mr. Macauley has asked to sit at our table," Mrs. Sherwood said to Helen.
So we applied here to Miss Sherwood, and that's why we had this meeting.
- Robert Emmet. 1896–1955, US dramatist. His plays include The Petrified Forest (1935), Idiot's Delight (1936), and There shall be no Night (1940)
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