Evarts

[ ev-erts ]

noun
  1. William Maxwell, 1818–1901, U.S. lawyer and statesman.

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  • Then Mrs. Jack Evarts whispered so audibly to a man at her side that she broke in upon Margaret's clear recitative.

    The Butterfly House | Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • Mr. Rogers's son-in-law, William Evarts Benjamin, came down and joined the little group.

  • The teachings of Weed and Evarts were practical, and the private secretary's life turned on their value.

  • Evarts was also an economist of morals, but with him the question was rather how much morality one could afford.

  • Argument of Mr. Evarts in "Argument at Geneva," p. 448 et seq.

    International Law | George Grafton Wilson and George Fox Tucker