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Guedalla

[ gwi-dal-uh ]
/ gwɪˈdæl ə /
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noun
Philip, 1889–1944, English writer.
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How to use Guedalla in a sentence

  • Ten years ago Mr. Guedalla was considered the most continuously and insolently brilliant undergraduate of the Oxford of that day.

    Modern Essays|John Macy
  • Perhaps she counted on Mr. Guedalla's knowledge of the wisdom of not interfering with his wife.

    The Messenger|Elizabeth Robins
  • Mr. Philip Guedalla has toiled most efficiently and kindly through all the proofs.

  • She admitted it the day she read of Mr. Guedalla's death in the paper.

    The Messenger|Elizabeth Robins
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