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Origin of patten
OTHER WORDS FROM pattenpattened, adjective
Words nearby patten
Definition for patten (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for patten
Dark pattens pop up all over the digital environment, from e-commerce checkouts to digital ads to — yes — cookie tracking opt-out interfaces.
Before Broadway theaters shuttered, Patten brought the same electricity to New York’s Broadhurst Theatre.
Now Patten is up for a Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical, and she and her castmates are nominated for Best Musical Theater Album at the Grammys.
The head of the BBC Trust, the former governor of Hong Kong, Chris Patten, described the allegations as a “tsunami of filth.”BBC Scandal Blows Up as Director George Entwistle Resigns|Peter Jukes|November 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Samuel Thompson and Matthew Patten were not political theorists in the way our Founding Fathers indisputably were.
Matthew Patten owned a hardscrabble farm in Bedford, New Hampshire.
Brother Patten, in confirming me, promised that I should be healed of my infirmity and become a strong and powerful man.
Elder Patten was desirous of administering to me and, by way of a pretext, asked the privilege of praying.
Romulus Patten flushed with shame and anger,—not at the girl, but at the sordid people who had kept her in ignorance.
Romulus Patten muttered something in confidence to the brown mug, but Narcissa did not hear it.
Romulus Patten looked long into them before he let the little hand go.