An American author of the early twentieth century, known for My Ántonia and other novels of frontier life.
Words nearby Cather, Willa
How to use Cather, Willa in a sentence
He noted that he had three children—Willa, Tallulah, and Conner.
We often joke that Willa was less a name, and more foreshadowing.
Once when Willa was three, a few months after Christmas, she was eating a piece of candy cane.
Willa is a wonderfully smart and funny and perceptive and engaging little kid.
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I left the pottering Cather to put ship-shape his cabin (as he now called it) for himself––a rainy-day occupation for aliens.
I had forgot John Cather––the youth and person of him, his talents and winning accomplishments of speech and manner.
John Cather set the lamp on the table, moving in a preoccupation from which I had been cast out.
Here was John Cather departed in sore agony, for which was no cure that ever I heard of or could conceive.
I had it in mind to enjoy with Judith and John Cather the tender disclosure of their love.