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Sondheim

[sond-hahym]
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noun
  1. Stephen (Joshua),born 1930, U.S. composer and lyricist.
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  • And that evening Sondheim had sent him an ultimatum by Kastner.

    The Crimson Tide

    Robert W. Chambers

  • For what reason have you permit Mr. Sondheim to wait in my office?

    The Crimson Tide

    Robert W. Chambers

  • Kastner sneered at him and nudged Sondheim, who immediately sat up in bed and levelled an unwashed hand at Skidder.

    The Crimson Tide

    Robert W. Chambers

  • “That mutt Sondheim looks like a bad one to me, and the other guy––Kastner,” he observed gloomily.

    The Crimson Tide

    Robert W. Chambers

  • The other matter which fitfully preoccupied him was his unpleasant and unintentional interview with Sondheim.

    The Crimson Tide

    Robert W. Chambers


British Dictionary definitions for sondheim

Sondheim

noun
  1. Stephen (Joshua). born 1930, US songwriter. He wrote the lyrics for West Side Story (1957), the score for Company (1971), and both for A Little Night Music (1973), Into the Woods (1987), and Passion (1994)
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