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Bradley

[ brad-lee ]
/ ˈbræd li /
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noun
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British Dictionary definitions for Bradley

Bradley
/ (ˈbrædlɪ) /

noun
A (ndrew) C (ecil). 1851–1935, English critic; author of Shakespearian Tragedy (1904)
F (rancis) H (erbert). 1846–1924, English idealist philosopher and metaphysical thinker; author of Ethical Studies (1876), Principles of Logic (1883), and Appearance and Reality (1893)
Henry . 1845–1923, English lexicographer; one of the editors of the Oxford English Dictionary
James . 1693–1762, English astronomer, who discovered the aberration of light and the nutation of the earth's axis
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