Horowitz

[hawr-uh-wits, hor]
noun
  1. Vlad·i·mir [vlad-uh-meer, vla-dee-meer] /ˈvlæd əˌmɪər, vlæˈdi mɪər/, 1904–89, U.S. pianist, born in Russia.
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  • Professor Horowitz thinks she is far better than the other two.

    The Spirit of the Ghetto

    Hutchins Hapgood

  • Latteiner leaned to "romantic," Horowitz to "culture," plays, and both used material which was mainly historical.

    The Spirit of the Ghetto

    Hutchins Hapgood

  • Professor Horowitz's plays, on the contrary, are largely based upon the sentimental representation of inexact Jewish history.

    The Spirit of the Ghetto

    Hutchins Hapgood

  • With her profile still to the chair-back, a tear oozed down the corrugated surface of Mrs. Horowitz's cheek.

  • Sobs rumbled up through Mrs. Horowitz, which her hand to her mouth tried to constrict.


British Dictionary definitions for horowitz

Horowitz

noun
  1. Vladimir. 1904–89, Russian virtuoso pianist, in the US from 1928
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