[both-wel, -wuh l, both -]
- James Hepburn [hep-burn or, esp. British, heb-ern] /ˈhɛp bɜrn or, esp. British, ˈhɛb ərn/, Earl of,1536?–78, third husband of Mary, Queen of Scots.
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Examples from the Web for bothwell
Half-six generally, but Mrs. Bothwell said I'd better shut at six the night!
He thought of what Mrs. Bothwell had said earlier in the day.
John politely asked Mrs. Bothwell to join them, but she declined.
"I don't understand what you're talking about, Mrs. Bothwell," he said.
"I promised Mrs. Bothwell we'd have our tea there," Maggie said to John.
- Earl of, title of James Hepburn . 1535–78, Scottish nobleman; third husband of Mary Queen of Scots. He is generally considered to have instigated the murder of Darnley (1567)
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