[hal-ik, -uh k]
- Fitz-Green [fits-green, fits-green] /ˈfɪtsˌgrin, fɪtsˈgrin/, 1790–1867, U.S. poet.
- Henry Wa·ger [wey-jer] /ˈweɪ dʒər/, 1815–72, Union general in the U.S. Civil War and writer on military subjects.
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Examples from the Web for halleck
It looks as if Halleck improved, and tried to become energetic.
What, in fact, can we at all reasonably expect from a Halleck!
He has no earnestness, but is altogether in the hands of Seward and Halleck.
Halleck alone is responsible for the non-arrival of the pontoons.
If Halleck had brains, he could not have an hour leisure for translation.