/ (ˈkɑːtlənd) /

  1. Dame Barbara (Hamilton). 1901–2000, British novelist, noted for her prolific output of popular romantic fiction

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How to use Cartland in a sentence

  • Barbara Cartland, who sold more than a billion romance novels, was barely known outside of her genre even while she was alive.

    Belgium's Master of Noir | Nathaniel Rich | December 4, 2010 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Inclosed by the same hedge is the burial lot of his dearly-loved cousin, Joseph Cartland.

    Whittier-land | Samuel T. Pickard
  • It was his cousin, Joseph Cartland, who happened to stand by his left side when the picture was taken.

    Whittier-land | Samuel T. Pickard
  • One is guilty of a sad omission should he quit Eton without giving a crown to Cartland to perpetuate his name on the immortal oak.

  • Mr. Joseph Cartland is himself a Quaker, and his white hair and genial cheery temperament are quite of the old rgime.

    John Greenleaf Whittier | W. Sloane Kennedy