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Machel

[ muh-shel ]
/ məˈʃɛl /
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noun
Sa·mo·ra Moi·sés [suh-mawr-uhmoi-zes], /səˈmɔr ə mɔɪˈzɛs/, 1933–86, Mozambique political leader: president 1975–86.
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How to use Machel in a sentence

  • He is survived by his third wife, Graca Machel (his marriage to Winnie ended in divorce in 1996) and three daughters.

    Mandela: The Miracle Maker|Sam Seibert|December 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
  • Mandela got his second chance—at liberty, at leadership, even at love, with Graca Machel.

    Mandela: The Last Good Man|Mark Gevisser|December 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
  • On the river Can is a famous waterfall at Levens, and in the same neighbourhood a seat of the ancient Machel family.

    Archaic England|Harold Bayley

British Dictionary definitions for Machel

Machel
/ (məˈʃɛl) /

noun
Samora (Moises) (səˈmɔːrə). 1933–86, Mozambique statesman; president of Mozambique from 1975–86
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