Leighton

[leyt-n]
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noun

FrederickBaron Leighton of Stretton, 1830–96, English painter and sculptor.

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  • I always felt there was a lot of good in Leighton under her fluff.

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  • Archbishop Leighton often said that if he were to choose a place to die in, it should be an inn.

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  • I sent a line to Leighton not to forward my own things: I don't fancy them.

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  • "Luncheon is served," said Leighton, but he said it too late.

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  • Be ambitious to be unknown, Archbishop Leighton also instructs us.


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Leighton

noun

Frederic, 1st Baron Leighton of Stretton. 1830–96, British painter and sculptor of classical subjects: president of the Royal Academy (1878)
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