Blair

[blair]
noun
  1. Anthony Charles Lyn·ton [lin-tuh n] /ˈlɪn tən/Tony, born 1953, British political leader: prime minister 1997–2007.
  2. Bonnie,born 1964, U.S. speed skater.
  3. John,1732–1800, U.S. jurist.
  4. Also Blaire. a male or female given name.
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  • Mrs. Blair staggered to her feet, entangled by her skirt, and pitching like a ship at sea.

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    Alice Brown

  • The next forenoon, Mrs. Blair made her neighbor a long visit.

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    Alice Brown

  • "I expect to be as gay as a cricket," returned Mrs. Blair, innocently.

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  • Mrs. Blair, do you ever cut up bananas and oranges together?

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  • It represented scorn for which Mrs. Blair could find no adequate utterance.

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British Dictionary definitions for blair

Blair

noun
  1. Tony, full name Anthony Charles Lynton Blair . born 1953, British politician; leader of the Labour Party (1994–2007); prime minister (1997–2007); Middle East peace envoy from 2007
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