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Hendrick

[ hen-drik ]

noun

  1. a male given name, form of Henry.


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Example Sentences

The juniper is definitely present in Hendrick’s, but the aromatics lean more into cucumber and rose botanical notes.

Hendrick’s, launched in 1999, was one of the earliest brands to bend the gin category in a way that captured consumers’ attention.

Hendrick's says the essence of both are added after distillation.

“The Fall of Icarus”, by Hendrick Goltzius, is one of my all-time favorite images by one of my all-time favorite artists.

The Daily Pic: In 1588, Hendrick Goltzius showed the Greek teen scorched by the sun.

It was in such a position that I recognized some of the high qualities of Lieutenant Hendrick.

The Hendrick of whom Collingwood prophesied high things is fallen thus low; and worse remains behind.

Hendrick, too, instantly read the decisive though unspoken reply.

As soon as we were fairly underweigh, I went below to have a last conference with unfortunate Hendrick.

Hendrick and a number of his Indians, who fought with great intrepidity, were left dead on the field.

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