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[hey-woo d]
  1. William DudleyBig Bill, 1869–1928, U.S. labor leader: a founder of the Industrial Workers of the World; in the Soviet Union after 1921.
  2. a male given name.
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Examples from the Web for haywood

Historical Examples

  • I married Haywood Telford and had 13 head of chillun by him.

    Slave Narratives, Oklahoma


  • Haywood, for example, has said that no Socialist can be a law-abiding citizen.

    Socialism As It Is

    William English Walling

  • Haywood is a big, good-natured boy, but quite sentimental, too.

    An Anarchist Woman

    Hutchins Hapgood

  • At that Colonel Haywood smiled, and looked up at the stranger.

  • Mr. Haywood, who lived in St. Anne-street, was a leading Nimrod among them.