Ge·org Mor·ris [ge-ohrg-moh-ris], /gɛˈoʊrg ˈmoʊ rɪs/, Georg Morris Cohen, 1842–1927, Danish historian and literary critic.
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How to use Brandes in a sentence
An alkaloid discovered by Brandes in atropa belladonna or deadly nightshade.
About 11 A.M., this rearguard of Brandes's did; should have been at seven,—right well that it could be at all.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XV. (of XXI.) | Thomas Carlyle
Brandes sat down on the parapet of the bridge and held his straw hat on his fat knees.
By the end of the week Brandes had done much to efface any unpleasant impression he had made on Ruhannah Carew.
Brandes attempted to maintain low-voiced conversation with Rue, who responded in diffident monosyllables to his advances.