Conrad (Potter), 1889–1973, U.S. poet.
a city in SW South Carolina.
a male given name.
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How to use Aiken in a sentence
This same portrait is also well engraved for Ankars's edition of Cowley; and also in that by Aikens, in 8vo.On the Portraits of English Authors on Gardening, | Samuel Felton
Anyhow, as the lady of the house helped with the house, the Aikens managed, somehow.A Likely Story | William De Morgan
Or perhaps it should be said that, somehow, the Aikens managed anyhow.A Likely Story | William De Morgan
Your poor, sweet mother is not to blame, and I can't blame the Aikens.Victor Ollnee's Discipline | Hamlin Garland
The Star has singled her out as a scapegoat, and is behind the Aikens.Victor Ollnee's Discipline | Hamlin Garland
British Dictionary definitions for Aiken
Conrad (Potter). 1889–1973, US poet, short-story writer, and critic. His works include Collected Poems (1953) and the novel Blue Voyage (1927)
Howard Hathaway. 1900–73, US mathematician; pioneered the construction of electronic computers
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