William Dudley "Big Bill", 1869–1928, U.S. labor leader: a founder of the Industrial Workers of the World; in the Soviet Union after 1921.
a male given name.
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How to use Haywood in a sentence
First, it’s the Haywood family, whose entire legacy rests upon converting majestic stallions into show ponies to be ridden by washed-up actresses in commercials.
In the crowd, right-wing conspiracy theorists and vaccine skeptics mingled with libertarians, critics of “Big Pharma” and conservative politicians like Haywood.How the Anti-Vax Movement Is Taking Over the Right | Vera Bergengruen | January 26, 2022 | Time
For a little while during the pandemic, the city paid for hotel rooms for the homeless, and if the program had lasted, Haywood says he might have been able to get on his feet.Two Rich Men Decided to Fund a Failing City. Some People Say They Made It Worse | Alana Semuels/Kalamazoo, Michigan | November 4, 2021 | Time
In October, the city cleared Kalamazoo’s homeless camps, including the one where Haywood was living, enraging many residents.Two Rich Men Decided to Fund a Failing City. Some People Say They Made It Worse | Alana Semuels/Kalamazoo, Michigan | November 4, 2021 | Time
Mr. Haywood is evidently inaccurate in writing evristic, which is wrong in Greek as well as in German and English.
I want none of your pity, rejoined Haywood; keep your snivelling till it be your own turn.The Chronicles of Crime or The New Newgate Calendar. v. 1/2 | Camden Pelham
The relentless Haywood corrupted the mind of Tennant, and, in the condemned cells, stimulated him to follow his horrid example.The Chronicles of Crime or The New Newgate Calendar. v. 1/2 | Camden Pelham
Haywood is also of a respectable family in the north of England and a young man of abilities as well as Christian.A Voyage to the South Sea | William Bligh
The men from Memphis and Haywood counties were more highly educated than the others.