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Guthrie

[ guhth-ree ]
/ ˈgʌθ ri /
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noun

A(lfred) B(ertram), Jr., 1901–91, U.S. novelist.
Sir (William) Tyrone, 1900–71, English stage director and producer.
Woodrow Wilson "Woody", 1912–67, U.S. folk singer.
a city in central Oklahoma: the former state capital.
a male given name.

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British Dictionary definitions for Guthrie

Guthrie
/ (ˈɡʌθrɪ) /

noun

Samuel. 1782–1848, US chemist: invented percussion priming powder and a punch lock for exploding it, and discovered chloroform (1831)
Sir (William) Tyrone . 1900–71, English theatrical director
Woody, full name Woodrow Wilson Guthrie. 1912–67, US folk singer and songwriter. His songs include "So Long, it's been Good to Know you" (1940) and "This Land is your Land" (1944)
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