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Sothern

[suhth -ern] /ˈsʌð ərn/
noun
1.
E(dward) H(ugh) 1859–1933, U.S. actor, born in England: husband of Julia Marlowe.
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  • Now the little shop had been far distanced by the competition of Sothern and Lee.

    The Fortune Hunter Louis Joseph Vance
  • "You'll find the money in my waistcoat pocket," said Sothern.

    The History of "Punch"

    M. H. Spielmann
  • But in 1863 Sothern was growing tired of toujours Dundreary.

    Ellen Terry and Her Sisters T. Edgar Pemberton
  • If one said to her, "Did you see Sothern and Marlowe last week?"

    Gargoyles Ben Hecht
  • At any rate, I could see no humor in Mr. Sothern's jokes at my expense.

    The Story of My Life Ellen Terry
  • They were the three big mining men, Madden and Hasbrook and Sothern.

    Wolf Breed

    Jackson Gregory
  • "They'd have killed him if it hadn't been for me," returned Sothern imperturbably.

    Wolf Breed

    Jackson Gregory
  • Sothern, looking now at the girl's face, saw it flush as though with pleasure.

    Wolf Breed

    Jackson Gregory
  • The eyes which met Sothern's were as hard as steel; they ignored the girl entirely.

    Wolf Breed

    Jackson Gregory
  • Sothern and the girl stepped outside together, without a word.

    Wolf Breed

    Jackson Gregory

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