or Mer·wyn

[ mur-win ]

  1. W(illiam) S(tanley), 1927–2019, U.S. poet, translator, and writer.

  2. a male given name.

Words Nearby Merwin Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Merwin in a sentence

  • Now Merwin and Ulmer are apologizing like their political lives depend on it, which, of course, they do.

    The GOP's Jewish Slur | Peter Beinart | October 21, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • It is evident that Merwin, Hulbert, & Co.s action possesses greater strength than most of the revolver-actions on the market.

  • Merwin threw down his whip and went to the only other bank in town, a private one, run by Cooper & Craig.

  • And even if you had the best security in your hands, Merwin, we couldn't accommodate you in less than a week.

  • At nine o'clock that night Tom Merwin stepped cautiously out of the small frame house in which he lived.

  • There Tom Merwin stopped, tied a black silk handkerchief about the lower part of his face, and pulled his hat down low.