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/ ˈhɔksˌmʊər /
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Nicholas, 1661–1736, English architect.
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Words nearby Hawksmoor
hawks and doves, hawk's beard, hawksbill turtle, hawk's-eye, hawkshaw, Hawksmoor, hawkweed, Hawkyns, Haworth, haworthia, hawse
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How to use Hawksmoor in a sentence
Its proof-of-concept steaks, first shown at the end of 2018, don’t look quite ready to take on my Hawksmoor T-bone—but they’re recognizably meat, at least.Your first lab-grown burger is coming soon—and it’ll be “blended”|Katie McLean|December 18, 2020|MIT Technology Review
They were principally built by Gibbs, Hawksmoor, Vanbrugh and others.Sir Christopher Wren|Lucy Phillimore
Mr. Godwin seems to think Hawksmoor followed Vanbrugh's manner in the heaviness of his design.Old and New London|Walter Thornbury
At All Souls he pointed out the seldom appreciated merits of Hawksmoor's twin towers.Erasmus and the Age of Reformation|Johan Huizinga
The same architect is said to have built the two western towers, though they are sometimes ascribed to his pupil Hawksmoor.Cathedral Cities of England|George Gilbert
British Dictionary definitions for Hawksmoor
/ (ˈhɔːksˌmɔː) /
Nicholas. 1661–1736, English architect. His designs include All Souls', Oxford, and a number of London churches, notably St Anne's, Limehouse
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