- a large, yellow, juicy variety of pear.
Origin of Bartlett1
- John,1820–1905, U.S. publisher: compiled Familiar Quotations.
- John Russell,1805–86, U.S. editor and bibliographer of early Americana.
- Josiah,1729–95, U.S. physician and statesman.
- Paul Wayland,1865–1925, U.S. sculptor.
- Robert Abram,1875–1946, U.S. arctic explorer, born in Newfoundland.
- Vernon,1894–1983, English writer.
- a town in SW Tennessee.
- a town in NE Illinois.
- a male given name, form of Bartholomew.
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Contemporary Examples of bartlett
Jackson was an exceptional math and science student; the dreaded Bartlett was one of his favorite professors.Stonewall Jackson, VMI’s Most Embattled Professor
S. C. Gwynne
November 29, 2014
Bartlett repeatedly asked if anyone had ever seen the bodies of the “little men” supposedly being put into crates at Roswell.Citizen Hearing on Disclosure, a Faux Hearing About Alien Encounters
May 2, 2013
Now, as to Mr. Bartlett's support for the Lincoln option: this is an absolutely, positively, wildly irresponsible idea.Obama’s Debt Ceiling ‘Lincoln’ Option
December 3, 2012
Finally, Bartlett addresses the real elephant in the room: much of the conservative opposition to a VAT is ideologically based.
Bartlett goes on to note, and I must concur, that the odds of a VAT in the near future are quite slim.
Historical Examples of bartlett
With this Bartlett drew his coat sleeve across his mouth and departed.
Bartlett spoke only once, and then to the professor, who sat next to him.
Bartlett sat there for one moment the picture of baffled rage.
"It wasn't very polite," said Mrs. Bartlett with some asperity.
Mrs. Bartlett was too busy talking to the professor to notice.
- the Williams pear, used esp in the US and generally of tinned pears