Eban

[ ee-buhn ]

noun
  1. Ab·ba [ah-buh], /ˈɑ bə/, Aubrey Solomon Eban, 1915–2002, Israeli political leader and diplomat, born in South Africa.

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How to use Eban in a sentence

  • I suspect Wallace thought it was cool doing that, just like Eban.

  • “There is no use waiting,” he said; and Eban, reluctantly going down to his boat, pulled away up the harbour.

    Michael Penguyne | William H. G. Kingston
  • Nelly poured out her thanks to Eban, who, observing that there was no time to be lost, set off to carry out his proposal.

    Michael Penguyne | William H. G. Kingston
  • Still Eban persisted in his offers; she as constantly refusing, till they reached the top of the pathway.

    Michael Penguyne | William H. G. Kingston
  • “I should think that you would rather have had him with you down on earth,” observed Eban, who little comprehended her feelings.

    Michael Penguyne | William H. G. Kingston
  • Nelly then told Eban how Michael had gone away with the boat in the morning and had not returned.

    Michael Penguyne | William H. G. Kingston