Biddle

[ bid-l ]

noun
  1. Francis, 1886–1968, U.S. attorney general 1941–45.

  2. John, 1615–62, English theologian: founder of English Unitarianism.

  1. Nicholas, 1786–1844, U.S. financier.

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How to use Biddle in a sentence

  • Nobody would have had Miss Biddle to talk with for more than a few minutes anyhow, they 77 had asked such a crowd.

    Smith College Stories | Josephine Dodge Daskam
  • Miss Biddle, whom you will—will represent, speaks very rarely: she's not at all talkative!

    Smith College Stories | Josephine Dodge Daskam
  • This Biddle determined to avoid, but called up the boarders to beat back the enemy, should they succeed in closing.

British Dictionary definitions for Biddle

Biddle

/ (ˈbɪdəl) /


noun
  1. John . 1615–62, English theologian; founder of Unitarianism in England

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