Golding

[ gohl-ding ]

noun
  1. Louis, 1895–1958, English novelist and essayist.

  2. William Gerald, 1911–1993, British novelist: Nobel Prize 1983.

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How to use Golding in a sentence

  • The fact that Golding gives "Phebe" as the translation of "Titania" in iii.

  • At the end of this he took out a greasy wallet and paid Mr. Golding the required amount in silver coin.

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  • Mr. Golding was sadly pleasant; Carrie was roguishly observant, but womanly and quiet.

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  • "Just that much to a cent, and no more," replied Mr. Golding, with a comical smile and bow.

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British Dictionary definitions for Golding

Golding

/ (ˈɡəʊldɪŋ) /


noun
  1. Sir William (Gerald). 1911–93, English novelist noted for his allegories of man's proclivity for evil. His novels include Lord of the Flies (1954), Darkness Visible (1979), Rites of Passage (1980), Close Quarters (1987), and Fire Down Below (1989). Nobel prize for literature 1983

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