Lutyens

[luhch-uh nz, luht-yuh nz]
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noun

Sir Edwin Landseer,1869–1944, English architect.

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Historical Examples of lutyens

  • Lutyens said nothing to his men, because it had all been said before.

  • "'Looks like it," said Grey Dawn, as Lutyens swung himself up.

  • As Lutyens mounted Grey Dawn he looked at his men, and they did not look pretty.

  • Lutyens felt the little chap take a deep breath, and, as it were, crouch under his rider.

  • The Maltese Cat had put his nose into the front of Lutyens' shirt and was trying to say how sorry he was.


British Dictionary definitions for lutyens

Lutyens

noun

Sir Edwin. 1869–1944, British architect, noted for his neoclassical country houses and his planning of New Delhi, India
his daughter, Elisabeth. 1906–83, British composer
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