How to use Harold in a sentence
Nearly every family photo shows them together—Harold, a head-taller than William—and if one of them isn’t in the picture, it’s usually because he’s the one taking it.
Harold was serious and thoughtful, with aspirations of becoming an engineer.
So, on May 4, 1939, when William chose to enlist in the Navy, Harold joined him.
William, an electrician’s mate, reported for duty aboard the Oklahoma in August 1939 and Harold, a fire controlman, followed eight months later.
Harold and Steve also talk about gun violence — a topic Harold researches as a public-policy professor at the University of Chicago — and they propose some radical ideas for reducing it.Harold Pollack on Why Managing Your Money Is as Easy as Taking Out the Garbage (People I (Mostly) Admire Ep. 40) | Steven D. Levitt | August 14, 2021 | Freakonomics
Harold Ford Jr. is a former U.S. Representative from Tennessee.
When Acton died in 1953, no will was found and his estate was inherited by Harold.
They bought La Pietra, where she bore a son, Harold, the following year.
New York University was not thunderstruck by the news that Sir Harold Acton had left the school his estate when he died in 1994.
Lincoln expert Harold Holzer talks about the relationship between politicians and the press then and now.
I suppose they didn't want to agitate the duke until the last moment and couldn't find Harold until this morning.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
Raglin and Harold Lorcutt—who, of course, was told the truth—naturally had the body sealed up in lead before taking it north.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
Then she colored painfully: behind her she heard Tilly's laughing voice, followed by Alma's lower one, and Harold's.
In the woods, some time later, Genevieve and Harold dropped themselves down to rest.
"Let's go up through the pasture to the woods," proposed Harold, when Genevieve appeared, swinging her hat.