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Charles Lut·widge [luht-wij] /ˈlʌt wɪdʒ/, Lewis Carroll, 1832–98, English mathematician and writer of books for children. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for dodgson

Historical Examples of dodgson

  • Dodgson tells me they've got another article of yours in type.

    People of Position

    Stanley Portal Hyatt

  • Before me, as I write, is a likeness of Mr. Dodgson; in fact, two photographs.

  • Mr. Dodgson danced on, and I followed, father laughing at the two of us.

  • Mr. Dodgson and father and myself all went one afternoon to pay him a visit.

  • "I expect to have some trouble with them at first," Mrs. Dodgson said cheerfully.

    Facing Death

    G. A. Henty

British Dictionary definitions for dodgson



Charles Lutwidge (ˈlʌtwɪdʒ). the real name of Lewis CarrollSee Carroll
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