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[with -er-spoon] /ˈwɪð ərˌspun/
John, 1723–94, U.S. theologian and statesman, born in Scotland. Unabridged
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  • So impressed was Mr. Witherspoon by what he saw that he immediately directed all of his charges to make for the spot pell-mell.

    The Boy Scouts of Lenox Frank V. Webster
  • In this emergency, he goes to the celebrated Dr. Witherspoon for aid.

  • There was a lion-skin flung over the great chair where Mrs. Witherspoon was enthroned.

    The Tin Soldier Temple Bailey
  • “So I read in the paper, Mr. Witherspoon,” continued the countryman.

    The Boy Scouts of Lenox Frank V. Webster
  • "It's too bad, then, that you don't have more white children brought up by blacks," Miss Witherspoon retorted.

    The Shadow Mary White Ovington

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