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Cadwalader

noun
  1. 7th century ad, legendary king of the Britons, probably a confusion of several historical figures
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Historical Examples of cadwalader

  • She gave Jim the basket and walked over to Mrs. Cadwalader and kissed her.

    The Loyalist

    James Francis Barrett

  • On the 15th October it was discovered that Cadwalader had exceeded his instructions.

  • It contained the lives of illustrious Welshmen, commencing with that of Cadwalader.

    Wild Wales

    George Borrow

  • Mifflin, Cadwalader and others were first recommended by him.

  • Gen. Cadwalader was an ornament to the age in which he lived.