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/ ˈæs kwɪθ /
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Herbert Henry 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith, 1852–1928, British statesman: prime minister 1908–16.
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How to use Asquith in a sentence
Mr. Asquith evidently has given in his adhesion to the new system of "colour adjectives."
Having had time to consider the Budget proposals in detail Mr. Asquith was less complimentary and more critical.
In the Liberal campaign on behalf of free trade the real leader, however, was Mr Asquith.
Sir John Leng calls Asquith's attention to dangerous occupation of lion-tamers.
The king was supported in his opinion by Walter Asquith, who has been the firm champion of home rule.Ways of War and Peace|Delia Austrian
British Dictionary definitions for Asquith
/ (ˈæskwɪθ) /
Herbert Henry, 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith. 1852–1928, British statesman; prime minister (1908–16); leader of the Liberal Party (1908–26)
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