[ e-ryoh ]
/ ɛˈryoʊ /
É·douard [ey-dwar], /eɪˈdwar/, 1872–1957, French statesman, political leader, and author.
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How to use Herriot in a sentence
"The fellow passes by the name of Herriot, though it is suspected that this is not his true name," responded the sheriff.
At this moment a sash was thrown up, and the prisoner, Herriot, appeared at a window of the court-room above.
"You have acted wisely, Mr. Woodburn," observed Herriot after listening with deep interest to the recital.
I have heard a great deal said about one they call Father Herriot, lately; but can he be here fighting?
British Dictionary definitions for Herriot
(French ɛrjo) Édouard (edwar). 1872–1957, French Radical statesman and writer; premier (1924–25; 1932)
(ˈhɛrɪət) James. real name James Alfred Wight. 1916–95, British veterinary surgeon and writer. His books based on his experiences in Yorkshire have been adapted for television and films
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