McCay

[ muh-kee ]

noun
  1. Winsor, 1871?–1934, U.S. artist, cartoonist, and animator.

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How to use McCay in a sentence

  • And it was thus that, later, Colonel McCay received the wounds that put him out of action.

  • Mrs. McCay has only room for us two, so it is fortunate that mother would not come.

    A Confederate Girl's Diary | Sarah Margan Dawson
  • We went back to Mrs. McCay's, to tell her of our determination, and in the morning took leave of her and came back home.

    A Confederate Girl's Diary | Sarah Margan Dawson
  • I find Mrs. McCay an excellent, plain old lady, with neither airs nor pretentions, and very kind-hearted.

    A Confederate Girl's Diary | Sarah Margan Dawson
  • Mrs. McCay, said Colonel Buff, please tell the court and jury all you know about this case.

    The White Rose of Memphis | William C. Falkner