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  1. Clarence (Seward), 1857–1938, U.S. lawyer, lecturer, and author.

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How to use Darrow in a sentence

  • I heartily approve of the suggestion of Jack Darrow, who proposes that you devote a page to your authors.

  • The water was perhaps three miles from Darrow House, but I could see that two little friths ran up far into the meadow-land.

  • Debs employed Mr. Clarence Darrow as his attorney, and Darrow applied for a writ of habeas corpus, which was refused.

  • Darrow caught the umbrella, lowered its inverted ribs, and looked up at the face it exposed to him.

    The Reef | Edith Wharton
  • Nasty weather, indeed; but luckily, as it had turned out, there was no earthly reason why Darrow should cross.

    The Reef | Edith Wharton