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Bagnold

[ bag-nuhld ]
/ ˈbæg nəld /
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noun
Enid, 1889–1981, English novelist and playwright.
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How to use Bagnold in a sentence

  • Miss Bagnold, we fancy, is an author of whom more will be heard.

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  • Bagnold investigated the physics of particles moving through the atmosphere and deposited by wind.

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British Dictionary definitions for Bagnold

Bagnold
/ (ˈbæɡnəʊld) /

noun
Enid (Algerine). 1889–1981, British novelist and playwright; her works include the novel National Velvet (1935) and the play The Chalk Garden (1955)
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