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Symonds

[sim-uh ndz] /ˈsɪm əndz/
noun
1.
John Addington
[ad-ing-tuh n] /ˈæd ɪŋ tən/ (Show IPA),
1840–93, English poet, essayist, and critic.
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  • He has not had much leisure for Ruskin and Symonds and Ferrero.

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  • He may have been a Philistine, as Mr. Symonds calls him, but he was surely a Philistine of genius.

  • "Captain Lloyd's orders, sir," and Symonds saluted respectfully.

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  • The sergeant and Symonds sat by the entrance, watching their prisoners closely.

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  • Goddard turned and beckoned to Symonds, who had stopped some yards in the rear.

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  • "Answer my last question, Symonds," directed the judge advocate.

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  • "In my opinion, he could easily have been overheard," declared Symonds positively.

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British Dictionary definitions for Symonds

Symonds

/ˈsɪməndz/
noun
1.
John Addington (ˈædɪŋtən). 1840–93, English writer, noted for his Renaissance in Italy (1875–86) and for studies of homosexuality
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