- Walter,1897–1972, U.S. newspaper columnist and radio and television broadcaster.
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Examples from the Web for winchell
When it becomes clear that nobody else will challenge Lindbergh in the next election, Winchell announces his own candidacy.American Dreams: How Bush Shaped Our Reading of Roth’s ‘The Plot Against America’
November 23, 2014
Winchell was on a gangbusters kick, making noise in his column about blowing Lansky's whole operation.
A five-thousand-dollar check to the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund, of which Winchell was the chairman, would help, Harold suggested.
Never shy, Harold told the mobsters they had it wrong if they thought they could get tough with Winchell.
Winchell was an unapologetic propagandist for the Allied cause and collaborated with gangsters when it suited him.The Real Inglorious Bastards
July 19, 2011
There are some minor faults which become drawbacks in the culture of Winchell.Manual of American Grape-Growing
U. P. Hedrick
"Sure flattered," came the growl as Winchell stirred in his chair.The Million-Dollar Suitcase
Many of the illustrations are taken from Lyell, and Winchell.A Mother's List of Books for Children
Gertrude Weld Arnold
I turned to her and asked: "Would you and Mr. Winchell like to join me?"
Mr. and Mrs. Winchell were here from America, from Connecticut.