[dey-vid-suh n]


Jo [joh] /dʒoʊ/, 1883–1952, U.S. sculptor.

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  • Davidson, a plucky Australian officer attached to us, was among the killed.

  • All hands laughed and then Colonel Davidson said: 'I thought you'd appreciate him,' he says.


    Joseph C. Lincoln

  • Then I says, to myself like: 'So that's old man Davidson's son, is it?

    Cape Cod Stories

    Joseph C. Lincoln

  • And I observed that Davidson must have been vexed by this display of wifely anxiety.

    Within the Tides

    Joseph Conrad

  • Bamtz wanted Davidson to promise to call at Mirrah more or less regularly.

    Within the Tides

    Joseph Conrad