or Mac·far·lane, Mac·Far·lane
- an overcoat with an attached cape and two slits in front near the waist.
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Contemporary Examples of macfarlane
At this point in his career, MacFarlane was almost exclusively famous for his animated hits.
MacFarlane is actively making money off of his inflated sense of self.
MacFarlane clearly did not make the same gambles Brooks did when he came out with Blazing Saddles.Seth MacFarlane’s ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’ Is Yet Another Failed Spoof
May 29, 2014
“Daniel Day-Lewis, your process fascinates me,” joked MacFarlane.The Juvenile Oscars
February 25, 2013
“I only had to change three things, though,” MacFarlane said.7 Outrageous Moments from Charlie Sheen’s Roast
September 20, 2011
Historical Examples of macfarlane
Mr. Macfarlane reported that the wounded were all likely to do well.
“I am not so very sure, Miller, that they are delighted at all,” Macfarlane said quietly.
“You are a most disagreeable man, Macfarlane,” Martyn said after a pause.
And so it was settled that Dr. Macfarlane should form one of the landing party.
“It does one good to hear that,” Macfarlane said when he had finished.