Goodrich

[goo d-rich]
noun
  1. Samuel Gris·wold [griz-wuh ld, -wohld, -wawld] /ˈgrɪz wəld, -woʊld, -wɔld/, Peter Parley, 1793–1860, U.S. author and publisher.
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  • He urged Goodrich to hurry to the bank and get the bail-money.

    When the West Was Young

    Frederick R. Bechdolt

  • Mrs. Goodrich and Mrs. Sargent were made honorary presidents.

  • At the end of two hours, I won them by the spectacle of the arriving Goodrich.

    The Plum Tree

    David Graham Phillips

  • "Then I must be especially courteous to Goodrich," he said, after thinking intently.

    The Plum Tree

    David Graham Phillips

  • I don't recall a single name that isn't obviously a Goodrich suggestion.

    The Plum Tree

    David Graham Phillips