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McNutt

[muh k-nuht]
noun
  1. Paul Vo·ries [vawr-eez, vohr-] /ˈvɔr iz, ˈvoʊr-/, 1891–1955, U.S. diplomat and government official.
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Historical Examples

  • Mr. McNutt sends me out with a flivver to buy wool around the country.

    Torchy As A Pa

    Sewell Ford

  • And faculty agreed with him and McNutt had to get rid of his toads.

    Left Half Harmon

    Ralph Henry Barbour

  • “Mr. Sibley has gone, sir,” little McNutt was insisting, with dignity.

    Where the Path Breaks

    Charles de Crspigny

  • McNutt alone attempted to meet him and speak with him, and he only once.

  • "Twenty thousand dollars a year, and her own carriage," continued Mrs. McNutt gloatingly.