Macaulay

[ muh-kaw-lee ]
/ məˈkɔ li /

noun

Dame Rose, c1885–1958, English poet and novelist.
Thomas Bab·ing·ton [bab-ing-tuhn], /ˈbæb ɪŋ tən/, 1st Baron, 1800–59, English historian, author, and statesman.

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OTHER WORDS FROM Macaulay

Ma·cau·lay·an, adjectiveMa·cau·lay·ism, noun
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Macaulay
/ (məˈkɔːlɪ) /

noun

Dame Rose. 1881–1958, British novelist. Her books include Dangerous Ages (1921) and The Towers of Trebizond (1956)
Thomas Babington, 1st Baron. 1800–59, English historian, essayist, and statesman. His History of England from the Accession of James the Second (1848–61) is regarded as a classic of the Whig interpretation of history
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