Examples from the Web for ambrose
The word “Carcosa,” which Chambers borrowed from Ambrose Bierce, and which later showed up in the works of H.P. Lovecraft.
Here he picks his five favorite horror novels, from Ambrose Bierce to Stephen King.Carsten Stroud’s Book Bag: My Top Five Horror Classics|Carsten Stroud|July 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
June Ambrose is known in certain circles for slightly her eccentric tastes.Jay-Z and Alicia Keys’s Stylist Releases Shoe Line With HSN|Allison Samuels|March 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Ambrose says, “He came down hard on market hunters or anyone who killed for sport.”
Ambrose was one of America's most cherished popular historians.
Mr. Ambrose then explained the new wall-decorations which had been painted by Mr. Acres.Stones of the Temple|Walter Field
Uncle Ambrose Thompson, what kin you want o' me this time o' night?The Loves of Ambrose|Margaret Vandercook
The good Ambrose was not given length of days, for he died the year after his brother.Summer Days in Shakespeare Land|Charles G. Harper
But Ambrose's eyes had bulged into great many-faceted orbs capable of seeing objects with greater clarity than ever.G-r-r-r...!|Roger Arcot
The china at this place was thin and fine, the silver was solid, and the cup from which Ambrose North drank was Satsuma.Flower of the Dusk|Myrtle Reed
British Dictionary definitions for ambrose
Word Origin and History for ambrose
masc. proper name, from Latin Ambrosius, from Greek ambrosios "immortal, belonging to the immortals" (see ambrosia). The Ambrosian Library in Milan is named for Saint Ambrose (d.397), bishop of Milan.