[ dohs pas-ohs ]
/ doʊs ˈpæs oʊs /
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John (Rod·er·i·go) [ro-dree-goh], /rɒˈdri goʊ/, 1896–1970, U.S. novelist.
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How to use Dos Passos in a sentence
Dos Passos interweaved the stories of his more proletarian subjects with biographies of some well-known Americans.Individual Lives in an Unforgiving America|Michael Tomasky|May 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The bitter reproaches of Wilfred Owen, Erich Maria Remarque, or John Dos Passos do not make their appearance in Time Regained.David's Bookclub: Time Regained|David Frum|April 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Those who disliked the book did not speak of Mr. Dos Passos as either a realist or a romanticist.Pieces of Hate|Heywood Broun
British Dictionary definitions for Dos Passos
/ (ˈdɒs ˈpæsɒs) /
John (Roderigo). 1896–1970, US novelist of the Lost Generation; author of Three Soldiers (1921), Manhattan Transfer (1925), and the trilogy USA. (1930–36)
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