Ferguson

[fur-guh-suh n]
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noun

a city in E Missouri, near St. Louis.

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  • He popped to a brace, but it was only his roommate Ferguson.

    The Adventurer

    Cyril M. Kornbluth

  • Ferguson went to the infirmary and Grayson went to the Commandant's office.

    The Adventurer

    Cyril M. Kornbluth

  • Ferguson discovered many things in astronomy which had long been known.

    Essays, First Series

    Ralph Waldo Emerson

  • I must tell you of a funny letter he had to-day from a Captain Ferguson, out at Baxter.

  • Mrs. Ferguson had seemed real glad to see her, and that made her happy.


British Dictionary definitions for ferguson

Ferguson

noun

Sir Alex (ander) Chapman. born 1941, Scottish footballer and manager: manager of Aberdeen (1978–86) with whom he won the European Cup Winners' Cup (1983); manager of Manchester United (1986–2013) with whom he won thirteen English league titles, five FA Cups, and the Champions League twice (1999, 2008)
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