Boldrewood

/ (ˈbəʊldəˌwʊd) /

noun

Rolf, real name Thomas Alexander Browne . 1826–1915, Australian writer, born in the UK, noted for his novels of the Australian outback, esp Robbery Under Arms (1882–3)

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Example sentences from the Web for Boldrewood

  • One of these, describing a circuit of about twelve miles, past the Rufus Stone and Boldrewood, claims especial mention.

    English Pictures|Samuel Manning
  • Boldrewood claims that in his writings he has always upheld the Australian character.

    Australian Writers|Desmond Byrne
  • In his latest novels Boldrewood reverts to his familiar themes.

    Australian Writers|Desmond Byrne
  • Boldrewood at this time was well known to the Australian press.

    Australian Writers|Desmond Byrne