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J(ohn) P(hillips), 1893–1960, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.
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Words nearby Marquand
Maros, marouflage, marplot, Marprelate, Marq., Marquand, marque, marquee, Marquesan, Marquesas Islands, marquess
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How to use Marquand in a sentence
The Marquand memorial window, Princeton chapel, is an example of his work in stained glass.
The two men had halted in the doorway as Mr. Marquand hurled his decision at them.
"There are houses under every one of these buildings," answered Mr. Marquand.
Marquand smiled, looking at Tad for the first time since the disturbance began.
Mr. Marquand, as soon as he got his opponent down, quickly disarmed him.
British Dictionary definitions for Marquand
/ (mɑːˈkwɒnd) /
J (ohn) P (hillips). 1893–1960, US novelist, noted for his stories featuring the Japanese detective Mr Moto and for his satirical comedies of New England life, such as The Late George Apley (1937)
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