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  1. William Thomas, 1798–1843, English bibliographer.

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How to use Lowndes in a sentence

  • An engineer could design a special system to work in those conditions, but that would cost upward of $10,000 per household — more than half the median annual income for Lowndes residents.

  • He wrote, or there was written, under this name, various other works not noticed by Lowndes.

  • Liden, and not a reprint, but a translation from the French, which Lowndes says was "considerably altered and enlarged."

  • Mrs. Lowndes says she loves to have him come, because he reminds her so much of Mr. Lowndes—'Roger,' she calls him.

    East Angels | Constance Fenimore Woolson
  • He was much displeased with the course things were taking, he spoke with a good deal of severity to Sally Lowndes.

    East Angels | Constance Fenimore Woolson
  • Bettina had looked out Lowndes Square on our faded map of London.

    My Little Sister | Elizabeth Robins