Coughlin

[kawg-lin, kog-]
noun
  1. Charles EdwardFather Coughlin, 1891–1979, U.S. Roman Catholic priest, activist, radio broadcaster, and editor, born in Canada.
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  • Coughlin's jaws were set tightly, and he glared savagely at the witness.

  • How did they know the history of this man Sampson unless they got it from Coughlin?

  • He had also allowed wilful disobedience to his orders by Detective Coughlin to pass unrebuked.

  • Coughlin was sent for, and for two hours he was subjected to a rigid and merciless examination.

  • Coughlin had also suggested that he might take another man with him in order that the job might be the more complete.