Coetzee

/ (ˈkɜːtzɪ) /


noun
  1. J (ohn) M (ichael). born 1940, South African novelist: his works include Life and Times of Michael K (1983), Age of Iron (1990), Disgrace (1999), and Elizabeth Costello (2003); Nobel prize for literature (2003)

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How to use Coetzee in a sentence

  • Old Coetzee saved me the trouble of answering, for he broke in with Skellum!

    Prester John | John Buchan
  • "You have turned wonderfully patriotic all of a sudden, Oom Coetzee," said Jess tartly.

    Jess | H. Rider Haggard
  • Next appeared Hans Coetzee, his head bound up in a bloody handkerchief.

    Jess | H. Rider Haggard
  • As soon as they had gone I had out my map and searched it for the name old Coetzee had mentioned.

    Prester John | John Buchan