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  1. Anne, 1557–1623, the wife of William Shakespeare.

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How to use Hathaway in a sentence

  • Young Howard Hathaway, a mere boy, whose father represents some mill companies in Everett.

    The Everett massacre | Walker C. Smith
  • Colonel Hathaway had endured a sad experience recently and his handsome old face still bore the marks of past mental suffering.

    Mary Louise in the Country | L. Frank Baum (AKA Edith Van Dyne)
  • Colonel Hathaway stared across the river for a time without answering.

    Mary Louise in the Country | L. Frank Baum (AKA Edith Van Dyne)
  • Ann Hathaway was older than William, she was twenty-six, but they were married, and had three children.

    The Harris-Ingram Experiment | Charles E. Bolton
  • Jem Hathaway, the exciseman, had in nothing exaggerated the magnificence of our young Londoner.

    Town Versus Country | Mary Russell Mitford

British Dictionary definitions for Hathaway


/ (ˈhæθəˌweɪ) /

  1. Anne. ?1557–1623, wife of William Shakespeare

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