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Chesnutt

[ ches-nuht, -nuht ]

noun

  1. Charles Wad·dell [wo-, del], 1858–1932, U.S. short-story writer and novelist.


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Mr. Chesnutt has admirably summed up the personal characteristics of the oratory of Douglass.

No man feels more keenly the race distinctions than one like Chesnutt, more Caucasian than African in his make-up.

Charles W. Chesnutt, too, is esteemed not only for his sketches but also for a distinct charm of character.

Charles W. Chesnutt, the novelist, tells some amusing and pathetic stories of distinctions between colored and black.

They liv in the ground, and are az prikly all over az a chesnutt burr, or a case ov the hives.

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