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  1. Kate, 1934–2017, U.S. writer, feminist activist, and artist.

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How to use Millett in a sentence

  • Lewis Millett, old soldier, died on Nov. 14, age 89: A free man, a brave man, an American patriot.

  • Mr. Millett had also quite a large collection of elephants' heads, tails, and feet—the spoils of a recent shooting expedition.

    The Last Voyage | Lady (Annie Allnutt) Brassey
  • Maude Millett is pretty and graceful, and the whole entertainment entertaining.

  • Mrs Millett was not in the kitchen, but Maria was, and on being appealed to, she said sharply that she was not the cook.

    Quicksilver | George Manville Fenn
  • “Ask Mrs Millett to come here,” said Helen; and the old lady came up, looking very red.

    Quicksilver | George Manville Fenn
  • Nor has Mr. Millett been able to devote to the business of the Commission his whole undivided attention.

    Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay | George Otto Trevelyan

British Dictionary definitions for Millett


/ (ˈmɪlɪt) /

  1. Kate. full name Katherine Murray Millett. born 1934, US feminist writer and artist; books include Sexual Politics (1969) and The Politics of Cruelty (1994)

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