McDonald

[muh k-don-ld]
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Historical Examples of mcdonald

  • McDonald seemed to be inclined to think that it was a bull and that I ought to shoot.

    Days Off

    Henry Van Dyke

  • McDonald whispered, 'He's comin',' and Billy gave another call.

    Days Off

    Henry Van Dyke

  • I was walking a few yards ahead, McDonald next, and Billy last.

    Days Off

    Henry Van Dyke

  • "There, McDonald, we've got a reprieve," and Evelyn gave a sigh of relief.

    That Fortune

    Charles Dudley Warner

  • See, McDonald, almost an inch taller than mamma, and when I do my hair on top!

    That Fortune

    Charles Dudley Warner


British Dictionary definitions for mcdonald

McDonald

noun
  1. Sir Trevor. born 1939, British television journalist, born in Trinidad; presenter of ITV's News at Ten (1990–99)
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