McCartney

[muh-kairt-nee]
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Contemporary Examples of mccartney

Historical Examples of mccartney

  • My dear Miss McCartney, what on earth can have made you imagine such a thing?

  • McCartney was on the same spot which he occupied in the first battle.

    The Boys of '61

    Charles Carleton Coffin.

  • "Now, I'll show you," said McCartney, and emptied the shaker.

    Mortmain

    Arthur Cheny Train

  • The Victoria looked restful to McCartney, whose legs were always tired.

    Mortmain

    Arthur Cheny Train

  • McCartney could see that she was weeping and that she had a baby in her arms.

    Mortmain

    Arthur Cheny Train


British Dictionary definitions for mccartney

McCartney

noun
  1. Sir Paul. born 1942, English rock musician and songwriter; member of the Beatles (1961–70); leader of Wings (1971–81). His recordings include Band on the Run (1973), "Mull of Kintyre" (1977), Flowers in the Dirt (1989), and Driving Rain (2001)
  2. his daughter, Stella . born 1971, British fashion designer.
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