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Sigsbee

[sigz-bee] /ˈsɪgz bi/
noun
1.
Charles Dwight, 1845–1923, U.S. naval officer: captain of the Maine in 1898.
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  • When he was trapped in the bunker at the seventh hole, Sigsbee became trapped as well.

    The Man Upstairs P. G. Wodehouse
  • One or two of the club had come to watch the match, among them Sigsbee.

    The Man Upstairs P. G. Wodehouse
  • Gossett sprang, but again the watchful Sigsbee was too swift.

    The Man Upstairs P. G. Wodehouse
  • It was a page torn out of an order book, and it read: "Sigsbee may have light diet; Rosenfeld massage."

    K Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • Sigsbee's benevolence was expanding under the influence of the Scotch highball and his cigar.

    The Man Upstairs P. G. Wodehouse
  • Gossett lowered his driver, and wheeled round, but Sigsbee had snatched the envelope from the boy's hand.

    The Man Upstairs P. G. Wodehouse
  • Captain Sigsbee, rushing from his cabin door, is met by the sergeant of marines who serves him as orderly.

  • "Sigsbee Manderson was not a man of normal mind," Marlowe began in his quiet voice.

    The Woman in Black Edmund Clerihew Bentley
  • Captain Sigsbee, too, has shown a wonderful amount of self-command in this time of great trial.

  • A cordial invitation from Captain Sigsbee to visit the Maine that afternoon had been received.

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