How to use Pinter in a sentence
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The entire world reacted with a kind of fury and horror when Fraser and Pinter went public with their relationship in 1975.
Long before she met Pinter, Fraser was a glittering member of the London literati.
Unconsciously, perhaps, Fraser reveals more about what Pinter saw in her than what she saw in him.
The occasion was a gala dinner during which Pinter began to harangue some unfortunate guest for his political views.
Pinter straightened himself, blinking like an owl, and looked carelessly over the graveyard.
After that Dave lost no time: he drove straight on, encouraged by the thuds of Pinter's and Kullers' picks drawing nearer.
Pinter had practical experience and a line clear of graves, and he made good time.
Pinter chose a spot about three panels or thirty feet along the other fence, the back fence of the cemetery, and started his hole.
Pinter scratched his chin-feathers reflectively till the other party cooled.
British Dictionary definitions for Pinter
Harold. 1930–2008, English dramatist. His plays, such as The Caretaker (1959), The Homecoming (1964), No Man's Land (1974), Moonlight (1993), and Celebration (2000), are noted for their equivocal and halting dialogue: Nobel prize for literature 2005
- Pinteresque, adjective
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