Definition of kemp
- a strong, brave warrior.
- an athlete, especially a champion.
- a professional fighter.
- an impetuous or roguish young man.
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OTHER WORDS FROM kempkempy, adjective
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How to use kemp in a sentence
Two years later, Kemp beat Abrams by about a point and a half.Raphael Warnock wins Georgia runoff election against Sen. Loeffler, lifting Democratic hopes of claiming Senate majority|Reis Thebault, Michael Scherer, Cleve Wootson|January 6, 2021|Washington Post
The school district had four months to determine how to reopen after Kemp closed schools across the state in early April and classes went remote.Two School Districts Had Different Mask Policies. Only One Had a Teacher on a Ventilator.|by Annie Waldman and Heather Vogell|November 23, 2020|ProPublica
Having a larger number of staff working part time hasn’t seemed to harm the agency’s ability to win pitches, having converted around 80% of the agency’s new business this year, according to Kemp.‘People have had permission to experiment’: Pandemic expedites rethink on 9-to-5 work structures|Jessica Davies|November 23, 2020|Digiday
As Kemp reported on each new development, her following grew.
Kemp, before this election, introduced the “use it or lose it” protocol.
The police learned that Kemp worked in a grocery on Decatur Avenue.
The man, Joshua Kemp, told what police describe as “a bogus story that quickly fell apart.”
The investigation is ongoing, but Kemp has yet to make public any evidence of widespread fraud by the group.50,000 Missing Georgia Voter-Registration Applications? Nothing to See Here|Patricia Murphy|October 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The first is former Congressman Jack Kemp, whom Paul worked for in Washington.
But Kemp belongs to a different time, and that time has now been long in passing.
She was built of cedar, and her lines and midship section are given in Dixon Kemp's 'Boat-sailing.'Yachting Vol. 2|Various.
There is certainly no lack of either about this idyll of Elizabeth Kemp of the lissome limbs and auburn hair.When Winter Comes to Main Street|Grant Martin Overton
Kemp-Welch was the only member of our party left, the rest proceeding homeward by another route.Recollections of a Long Life|John Stoughton
Mrs. Kemp said she always knew 't was a great risk, and that was why she didn't have me bound.
Until your last note I had not heard that Mr. Kemp's seeds had produced two Polygonums.More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II|Charles Darwin