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Corwin

[kawr-win]
noun
  1. Norman (Lewis),1910–2011, U.S. radio and stage dramatist and novelist.
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Historical Examples

  • She was tried in March, 1692, by the Justice Corwin of the big, dark house.

    The Romance of Old New England Rooftrees

    Mary Caroline Crawford

  • Professor Corwin says that this utterance was approved by Jefferson.

  • Once in, Corwin told the young man to take care of himself, and he did so.

  • Corwin asked him in a quizzical way if he was a foreign ambassador.

  • My object was to let the "Corwin" know that my party was coming.

    Along Alaska's Great River

    Frederick Schwatka