Hench

[ hench ]

noun
  1. Philip Show·al·ter [shoh-awl-ter], /ˈʃoʊ ɔl tər/, 1896–1965, U.S. physician: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1950.

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How to use Hench in a sentence

  • He does not order the judge to decide the hundred-thousand-dollar-contract case in favor of his Hench man.

    The Man in Court | Frederic DeWitt Wells
  • Beck and Hench kicked de Laney's chair aside, and drew up more comfortably before the fire; but James would have none of it.

    The Claim Jumpers | Stewart Edward White
  • I say, I can fancy Hench and Tod over this awful piece of news.

    The Newcomes | William Makepeace Thackeray
  • I fancy Hench coming down to breakfast, and reading the Morning Post.

    The Newcomes | William Makepeace Thackeray
  • Sheila said, wondering how Mrs. Lavender's Hench-woman should have been entrusted with any such commission.