Myers

/ (ˈmaɪəz) /


noun
  1. L (eopold) H (amilton). 1881–1944, British novelist, best known for his novel sequence The Near and the Far (1929–40)

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How to use Myers in a sentence

  • Myers said, pointing to the cardboard box with the envelope taped to it, when Benson lifted it out of the gray-green locker.

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  • "That's the damnedest story I've ever heard, and in my racket you hear some honeys," Myers said, when he had finished.

    Hunter Patrol | Henry Beam Piper and John J. McGuire
  • The next day, he and Bill Myers got a bottle of carbonated water and mixed themselves a couple of drinks of it.

    Hunter Patrol | Henry Beam Piper and John J. McGuire
  • "I don't know," Myers said to him, one evening, as they sat over a bottle of rye in the psychologist's apartment.

    Hunter Patrol | Henry Beam Piper and John J. McGuire
  • Sir W. Myers offered to embark here with 2000 troops; they were taken on board, and the next morning he sailed for Tobago.