Lovell

[lov-uh l]
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noun

Sir Alfred Charles Bernard,1913–2012, British astronomer.
a male given name.

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  • General Lovell was in command of 3,000 troops, intended for the defense of New Orleans, but he fled.

    The Greater Republic

    Charles Morris

  • Uncle Dudley thought this was a fool deal, but Mr. Lovell seemed so bent on making it that my old man simply gave in.

    Wells Brothers

    Andy Adams

  • "Let him alone," said George Olver, but the group had already vanished through the door, Lovell following mechanically.

    Cape Cod Folks

    Sarah P. McLean Greene

  • This rev. gentleman had for six years previously held the sole charge of Minster Lovell.

  • Mrs. Lovell gazed down at it, and then at him, ghastly pale.



British Dictionary definitions for lovell

Lovell

noun

Sir Bernard. 1913–2012 English radio astronomer; founder (1951) and director of Jodrell Bank
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