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Holst

[hohlst]
noun
  1. Gus·tav Theodore [goo s-tahv] /ˈgʊs tɑv/, 1874–1934, English composer.
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Historical Examples of holst

  • Holst and Froelich described this lesion in one of their early communications.

    Scurvy Past and Present

    Alfred Fabian Hess

  • Mrs. Holst was the sister of former Chief of Police Badenoch.

  • That is what I thought; so I spoke about it to the chief clerk, and to Mr. Holst as well.

    Three Dramas

    Bjrnstjerne M. Bjrnson

  • I have already managed to get most of them quietly, through Mr. Holst.

    Three Dramas

    Bjrnstjerne M. Bjrnson

  • Holst would be sure to see it, and that might be useful—and it might annoy him, too.

    Three Dramas

    Bjrnstjerne M. Bjrnson


British Dictionary definitions for holst

Holst

noun
  1. Dame Alison . born 1938, New Zealand chef.
  2. Gustav (Theodore). 1874–1934, English composer. His works include operas, choral music, and orchestral music such as the suite The Planets (1917)
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