/ (məˈkiːn) /

  1. Tom. born 1963, Scottish athlete: European 800 metres gold medallist (1990)

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How to use McKean in a sentence

  • In the afternoon Colonel McKean usually trained the regiment in the more difficult exercises of the battalion drill.

    Three Years in the Sixth Corps | George T. Stevens
  • Judge McKean and his coadjutors, however, continued their lawless course.

    The Life of John Taylor | B. H. Roberts
  • Governor McKean respected those who honestly differed from him in politics and had among them many valued friends.

  • The McKean with his silent ways and his everlasting pipe had gone to America to superintend the production of one of his plays.

    All Roads Lead to Calvary | Jerome K. Jerome
  • Elder Woodruff began to predict the failure of such men as McKean to accomplish the ends they had in view.

    Wilford Woodruff | Matthias F. Cowley