- Dean (Good·er·ham) [goo d-er-ham, -uh m] /ˈgʊd ərˌhæm, -əm/, 1893–1971, U.S. statesman: secretary of state 1949–53.
- Edward Good·rich [goo d-rich] /ˈgʊd rɪtʃ/, 1856–1931, U.S. chemist.
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Contemporary Examples of acheson
“We had a couple martinis and an excellent dinner together,” Acheson said.
For an engineer and an astronaut, Acheson said, Armstrong was not half bad wielding a pen.
Acheson also persuaded Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Arthur Vandenberg, a Republican, to back Truman on this.Obama’s ‘No Containment’ AIPAC Speech Made War With Iran Inevitable
March 6, 2012
Acheson, too, was anything but an anti-Semite and quite free of malevolence.It's Not Israel's Fault
Edward N. Luttwak
July 7, 2010
Historical Examples of acheson
I asked Mr. Acheson if he could make diamonds in his furnaces.Boys' Second Book of Inventions
Ray Stannard Baker
Perhaps you would like to go down to the drawing-room to mother and Mrs. Acheson.
You really do run to the fair with the thing, replied Mrs. Acheson.
My dear, said Mrs. Acheson eagerly, Miss Colchester has arrived.
The idea of confiding in Mrs. Acheson never occurred to her.
- Dean (Gooderham). 1893–1971, US lawyer and statesman: secretary of state (1949–53) under President Truman