Drummond

[druhm-uh nd]
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noun

Henry,1851–97, Scottish clergyman and writer.
William,1585–1649, Scottish poet.
William Henry,1854–1907, Canadian poet, born in Ireland.

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Contemporary Examples of drummond

  • Instead, the company offered its counsel, David Drummond, to the panel.

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    Howard Kurtz, Daniel Stone

    June 24, 2011

Historical Examples of drummond

  • Perhaps never in his twenty-two years had young Drummond been so near a thrashing.

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    Mary Roberts Rinehart

  • Tell Mrs. Drummond he was in good spirits, and that she's not to worry.

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    Mary Roberts Rinehart

  • Drummond, a claimant of the honours and estates of the Earldom of Perth.

  • "That young man will be a credit to you, Drummond," he had said.

    Mary Gray

    Katharine Tynan

  • "The Captain and Miss Drummond are in the drawing-room, ma'am," said the maid.

    Mary Gray

    Katharine Tynan