Kemble

[ kem-buhl ]

noun
  1. Frances Anne or Fanny Mrs. Butler, 1809–93, English actress and author.

  2. her uncle, John Philip, 1757–1823, English actor.

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How to use Kemble in a sentence

  • This awful being was no doubt in the mind of those who originated the name grendles mere, before quoted from Kemble.

  • They were sharp-eyed, athletic-looking men, whose appearance on the island boded no good to one Craigie, alias Kemble.

    The Rival Campers | Ruel Perley Smith
  • Mr. Kemble, as he was known to all, was a most annoyed man, and concealed his annoyance only with difficulty.

    The Rival Campers | Ruel Perley Smith
  • Captain Sam little knew the relief and satisfaction that his remark afforded Mr. Kemble.

    The Rival Campers | Ruel Perley Smith
  • There was no one to bid Mr. Kemble good-bye, save the colonel and Mrs. Carlin, as he had made few acquaintances.

    The Rival Campers | Ruel Perley Smith

British Dictionary definitions for Kemble

Kemble

/ (ˈkɛmbəl) /


noun
  1. Frances Anne, known as Fanny. 1809–93, English actress, in the US from 1832

  2. her uncle, John Philip . 1757–1823, English actor and theatrical manager

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