John, 1929–2013, U.S. poet and critic.
a native or inhabitant of the Netherlands.
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How to use Hollander in a sentence
Back in Southern California, far from Washington, Maker appears with Hollander and answers questions as a favor for a mutual friend.Makur Maker’s basketball journey took a detour, but his story isn’t over | Jerry Brewer | April 11, 2021 | Washington Post
Several Ways to Die in Mexico City By Kurt Hollander Life and death in a Mexican mega-city.
Hollander, who grew up in New York, moved to Mexico as a young man and was quickly seduced by the capital.
Xaviera Hollander, whose memoir, The Happy Hooker, became a kitsch classic, wrote a popular Penthouse column for 30 years.
To our left, Vesuvius, with its three peaks, was smoking away as peacefully as a Hollander on his hooge stoep.Italian Days and Ways | Anne Hollingsworth Wharton
I said under my breath to Simmons: "We'll push right on," and loudly: "Hollander!"The Escape of a Princess Pat | George Pearson
A dyke needed to be erected to stem the English encroachments and to preserve and consolidate the Hollander position of vantage.
As a national designation, the term "Boer" conveys the distinction from the recently arrived Dutchman, who is called "Hollander."
Mr. Jorrison, a violent anti-English Hollander, was the chief adviser of the members of that delegation.
British Dictionary definitions for Hollander
another name for a Dutchman
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