Godden

[ god-n ]

noun
  1. (Margaret) Ru·mer [roo-mer], /ˈru mər/, 1907–1998, English novelist and writer of children's books.

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How to use Godden in a sentence

  • Hilarius gave him Godden, and sped swiftly back through the streets crowded with folks returning from the tourney.

  • Towards the end of that autumn, Joanna and Ellen Godden came out of their mourning.

    Joanna Godden | Sheila Kaye-Smith
  • "There's Ellen Godden out with her sister's young man," said a woman's voice in the crowd.

    Joanna Godden | Sheila Kaye-Smith
  • Printed "Godden" and "gooden" in the early eds., and a corruption of good e'en, or good evening.

  • Besides, everyone was in a hurry to be finished and hear the reading of old Thomas Godden's will.

    Joanna Godden | Sheila Kaye-Smith