[ bee-chuhm ]

  1. Sir Thomas, 1879–1961, English conductor and impresario.

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How to use Beecham in a sentence

  • But no answer was returned, and O'Reilly continued to converse eagerly in Beecham's ear.

  • "Just like Beecham being blackballed at the club," said the doctor, with a sarcastic bitterness all his own.

  • Beecham at once dismounted, and, beckoning to his servant, ordered him to change the saddles.

  • Little Sammy Woggles had a fight with Beecham's boy, who's six months older, and licked him.

  • The amazing difference which this made in the sentiments of Mrs. Phœbe Beecham, née Tozer, it is quite impossible to describe.

    Phoebe, Junior | Mrs [Margaret] Oliphant

British Dictionary definitions for Beecham


/ (ˈbiːtʃəm) /

  1. Sir Thomas . 1879–1961, English conductor who did much to promote the works of Delius, Sibelius, and Richard Strauss

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