Hilliard

[ hil-yerd ]

noun
  1. Nicholas, 1547–1619, English goldsmith and miniaturist painter.

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How to use Hilliard in a sentence

  • “It's an assembly line,” says Chloe Hilliard, an up-and-coming African American New York City-based working stand up comic.

  • Huff and Hilliard considered the crackdown a success, but the student body was still passionately divided.

  • "So you should; I'm glad to meet you," Hilliard said, shaking hands with Jack.

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  • And when I turned quickly to see, who should it be but Mr. Erveng and Hilliard!

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  • Mrs. Erveng won't let me play with Hilliard, I'm sure she won't, 'that's so unladylike!'

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  • She and Hilliard are cousins, but she isn't at all like him in any way.

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  • I wondered if Hilliard had told his mother what I said; and what she thought of me?

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British Dictionary definitions for Hilliard

Hilliard

/ (ˈhɪlɪəd) /


noun
  1. Nicholas. 1537–1619, English miniaturist, esp of portraits

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