Landor

[lan-der, -dawr]
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Historical Examples of landor

  • I kept Mr. Landor at Taklakot until the afternoon of the 11th September.

    In the Forbidden Land

    Arnold Henry Savage Landor

  • Next morning Mr. Landor and his two servants with two yaks arrived.

    In the Forbidden Land

    Arnold Henry Savage Landor

  • He admitted he had taken a gold ring from Mr. Landor, which a soldier had taken from him.

    In the Forbidden Land

    Arnold Henry Savage Landor

  • In the afternoon of the 8th, Mr. Landor and his two men arrived.

    In the Forbidden Land

    Arnold Henry Savage Landor

  • Mr. Landor and Mansing were taken to Galshio three days later.

    In the Forbidden Land

    Arnold Henry Savage Landor


British Dictionary definitions for landor

Landor

noun
  1. Walter Savage. 1775–1864, English poet, noted also for his prose works, including Imaginary Conversations (1824–29)
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