McKim

[ muh-kim ]

noun
  1. Charles Fol·len [fol-uhn], /ˈfɒl ən/, 1847–1909, U.S. architect.

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How to use McKim in a sentence

  • Mr. McKim said he should like to know the gentleman's reason for getting rid of them.

  • But the McKim name has been carved deep in the annals of nations by sheer force of the personalities behind blades of naked steel.

    The Promise | James B. Hendryx
  • Turn the pages of history and you will find written large in the story of the upbuilding of nations the name of McKim.

    The Promise | James B. Hendryx
  • "Ye c'n no more kape a McKim from foightin' thin ye c'n kape a dacoit from staylin," he chuckled.

    The Promise | James B. Hendryx