Cather

[ kath-er or, often, kath- ]
/ ˈkæð ər or, often, ˈkæθ- /

noun

Wil·la (Si·bert) [wil-uh -see-bert], /ˈwɪl ə ˈsi bərt/, 1876–1947, U.S. novelist.

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Example sentences from the Web for Cather

  • I left the pottering Cather to put ship-shape his cabin (as he now called it) for himself––a rainy-day occupation for aliens.

British Dictionary definitions for Cather

Cather
/ (ˈkæðə) /

noun

Willa (Sibert). 1873–1947, US novelist, whose works include O Pioneers! (1913) and My Ántonia (1918)
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