Edmunds

[ ed-muhndz ]

noun
  1. George Franklin, 1828–1919, U.S. lawyer and politician: senator 1866–91.

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How to use Edmunds in a sentence

  • The conclusion was to stick to Edmunds; and they stuck until the last, and frittered away their influence.

  • The north lobe is of interest because the stream that cascades from the Edmunds Glacier runs for a considerable distance under it.

    Mount Rainier | Various
  • Another subsequent result was the naming of the glacier in honor of Senator Edmunds.

    Mount Rainier | Various
  • But is it not better that you should know a little of Lady St Edmunds' character, before intimacy confirm her power over you?'

    Discipline | Mary Brunton