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Huddleston

[huhd-l-stuh n]
noun
  1. (Ernest Urban) Trevor,1913–1998, English Anglican archbishop and antiapartheid activist in Africa.
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Historical Examples of huddleston

  • Mr. Huddleston was present throughout most of the Conference.

    The Fruits of Victory

    Norman Angell

  • So I went on—‘Mrs. Huddleston, our society wouldn’t like it.

    All the Days of My Life: An Autobiography

    Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr

  • Huddleston, the elder, who was the proprietor of this island, commanded a regiment.

  • And he answered without a moment's hesitation that Huddleston, Michigan, would satisfy my loftiest ideal of godforsakenness.

    Blacksheep! Blacksheep!

    Meredith Nicholson

  • Something's got to happen or the lake will rise in one vast wave and destroy Huddleston.

    Blacksheep! Blacksheep!

    Meredith Nicholson


British Dictionary definitions for huddleston

Huddleston

noun
  1. Trevor. 1913–98, British Anglican prelate; suffragan bishop of Stepney (1968–78) and bishop of Mauritius (1978–83); president of the Anti-Apartheid Movement (1981–94)
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