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/ ˈbɛl ək, -ɒk /
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Hi·laire [hi-lair], /hɪˈlɛər/, 1870–1953, English essayist, poet, and satirist, born in France.
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Amy was telling me of some priggish things that Miss Belloc had said, and I did use those very words yesterday.Amy in Acadia|Helen Leah Reed
I am so glad to know from your kind letter that you are interesting yourself, with Madame Belloc, in the poor workhouse girls.George Eliot's Life, Vol. III (of 3)|George Eliot
The writer, the noted author Hilaire Belloc, reminds his readers of certain important facts.The Jesuits, 1534-1921|Thomas J. Campbell
Belloc had exclaimed, when he bounced into her room before the first act to see if his star were "going strong."
The play would open at Belloc's Theatre next week, and it was announced that for many days the house had been entirely sold out.
British Dictionary definitions for Belloc
/ (ˈbɛlɒk) /
Hilaire (ˈhɪlɛə, hɪˈlɛə). 1870–1953, British poet, essayist, and historian, born in France, noted particularly for his verse for children in The Bad Child's Book of Beasts (1896) and Cautionary Tales (1907)
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