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John Edmund Fisk Green; John Fisk, 1842–1901, U.S. philosopher and historian.
Minnie Mad·dern [mad-ern] /ˈmæd ərn/ Marie Augusta Davey, 1865–1932, U.S. actress.
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Words nearby Fiske
fishway, fishwife, fishworm, fishy, Fisk, Fiske, fissi-, fissile, fission, fissionable, fission bomb
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How to use Fiske in a sentence
In yet another moment of absurdity, Fiske almost missed the boat, literally.The Hard-Drinking Playboys Who Made Transatlantic Sailing History|Allison McNearney|June 6, 2021|The Daily Beast
At one point, Fiske opened a door that led, he said, up the “slave staircase” to the attic where the slaves slept.The House that Slavery Built|Jane Ciabattari|July 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Harvey O'Higgins has danced there and Mrs. Fiske and many another, but still the critics rush in.Seeing Things at Night|Heywood Broun
The story of the Revolution, as Mr. Fiske tells it, is one of surpassing interest.
Mr. Scudder's biography of Washington is a fit companion volume for Mr. Fiske's little history.
But Fiske's range-finder makes no mathematical calculations, nor requires them to be made, and is automatic.Steam Steel and Electricity|James W. Steele
Prof. John Fiske thought it was much more than a million years since man diverged from the brute.The Other Side of Evolution|Alexander Patterson