Chalmers

[chah-merz, chal-]
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noun

Alexander,1759–1834, Scottish biographer, editor, and journalist.

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  • Though we do not reckon the imagination of Dr. Chalmers among his master faculties, it was powerful, effective, magnificent.

  • She laughed a little hysterical laugh, and Mrs. Chalmers looked anxious.

    The Shadow of a Sin

    Bertha M. Clay

  • Chalmers finished, crammed the notes into his pocket, and went out into the hall.

    The Edge of the Knife

    Henry Beam Piper

  • Dr. Chalmers alluded to it no later than last week, in his admirable speech in the Commission.

  • There I found Chalmers Warriner bending over a large glazed case which stood in a remote corner of the room.

    In Jeopardy

    Van Tassel Sutphen