Lindsay

[lind-zee, lin-]
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noun

Howard,1889–1968, U.S. playwright, producer, and actor.
John V(liet) [vleet] /vlit/, 1921–2000, U.S. politician: mayor of New York City 1966–74.
(Nicholas) Va·chel [vey-chuh l] /ˈveɪ tʃəl/, 1879–1931, U.S. poet.
a town in SE Ontario, in S Canada.
a male or female given name.

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  • And I really didn't know what to do about my teacher and aunt Lindsay.

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    Lyda Farrington Kraus

  • Aunt Lindsay is quite an old lady, and she's very eccentric.

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    Lyda Farrington Kraus

  • So you have been masquerading as a native again, Mr. Lindsay?

  • "I am glad that you have come, Captain Lindsay," the latter said.

  • You have, then, no good opinion of the Mahrattas, Captain Lindsay?


British Dictionary definitions for lindsay

Lindsay

noun

See (Sir David) Lyndsay
(Nicholas) Vachel (ˈveɪtʃəl). 1879–1931, US poet; best known for General William Booth (1913) and The Congo (1914)
Norman Alfred William. 1879–1969, Australian artist and writer
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