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MacMonnies

[ muhk-muhn-eez ]
/ məkˈmʌn iz /
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noun
Frederick William, 1863–1937, U.S. sculptor.
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How to use MacMonnies in a sentence

  • Mr. Whistler whispered in my ear, 'MacMonnies, take the picture and get out with it.'

    The Life of James McNeill Whistler|Elizabeth Robins Pennell
  • When a city gives an order to a sculptor of Macmonnies's standing, she shows that she means to do the best she can.

    Abroad at Home|Julian Street
  • The statue is of bronze and is by Frederick Macmonnies of Paris.

    Nathan Hale|Jean Christie Root
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