Definition of Ezra
Origin of Ezra
How to use Ezra in a sentence
Her voice was the first Ezra heard when he finally woke, unaware of where he was or what had happened.
They learned Ezra’s injuries were exhaustive and devastating.
When Ezra testified, his attorney saw several members of the jury cry.
As uncovered by the climate blog desmogblog, the Ethical Oil meme dates to a 2010 book by Ezra Levant.How Canadian Oilmen Pinkwash the Keystone Pipeline|Jay Michaelson|December 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I was also drawn to the work of Ezra Pound and Robert Creeley.Image is Everything: An Interview with Alejandro Zambra|Juan Vidal|February 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Ezra was the most generous writer I have ever known,” Hemingway later remarked.
Ezra Pound offered to make useful connections for Joyce, and find places where he could publish his writings.
Ezra Pound ranks among the finest poets of his generation, but his greatest trait may have been his eye for talent in others.
The practice of making confession, then, was fully illustrated in the conduct both of Ezra and Nehemiah, and of Israel with them.
The record of that of Israel, under Ezra, gives an illustration.
Ezra looked so like a wandering night-shade, so tall, wet and thin, that Tess uttered a shriek.
Ezra Longman, his face haggard and ghastly white, stood directly in front of him.
Ezra Longman, sick unto death, as he had said, floundered his way along the wet path.