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Laski

[las-kee]
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noun
  1. Harold Joseph,1893–1950, English political scientist and writer.
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Historical Examples

  • Becoming acquainted, Laski prevailed with Dee and Kelly to accompany him to his own country.

    Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2)

    John Roby

  • Laski at once consented; and very shortly afterwards they were all on the road to Poland.

  • Our alchymists too plainly saw that nothing more was to be made of the almost destitute Count Laski.

  • He walked me down to see a friend of his, Laski, intellectually a sort of marvel—knows psychology and philosophy cold—grand talk.

    An American Idyll

    Cornelia Stratton Parker

  • It was new to Laski to endure tamely the misconstruction of his motives, or the least impeachment of his veracity.


British Dictionary definitions for laski

Laski

noun
  1. Harold (Joseph). 1893–1950, English political scientist and socialist leader
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