[ brag-duhn ]

  1. Claude, 1866–1946, U.S. architect, stage designer, and author.

Words Nearby Bragdon Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Bragdon in a sentence

  • Jack Bragdon was a much rarer type in Chicago of the early nineties—or in any American city—than he would be to-day.

    One Woman's Life | Robert Herrick
  • Bragdon began to think they might do better in New York, where the market for incidental art was larger and the pay better.

    One Woman's Life | Robert Herrick
  • Little Horatio looked gray and old; his lips trembled and his hand shook as he greeted Bragdon.

    One Woman's Life | Robert Herrick