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MacDiarmid

[ muhk-dur-mid ]
/ məkˈdɜr mɪd /
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noun
Hugh Christopher Murray Grieve, 1892–1978, Scottish poet.
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How to use MacDiarmid in a sentence

  • I shall add a recent instance, which I myself witnessed: it is that of John Macdiarmid.

  • Some one else fifty, some one else forty, and thirty and twenty, and still not a mention of Annie Macdiarmid or of me.

    A College Girl|Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey

British Dictionary definitions for MacDiarmid

MacDiarmid
/ (məkˈdɜːmɪd) /

noun
Hugh, pen name of Christopher Murray Grieve. 1892–1978, Scottish poet; a founder of the Scottish National Party. His poems include A Drunk Man Looks at the Thistle (1926)
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