Ebenezer. 1835–1909, English musicologist and composer, noted for his editions of works by Handel and J. S. Bach
William. 1785–1850, English chemist, noted for his modification of the atomic theory
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How to use Prout in a sentence
Mr. Prout agreed, and Michael, although he wondered what his mother would say, was greatly excited by the idea.
He closed the door, and Michael and Mr. Prout forced their way through the gale over the wet gravel of the churchyard.
Michael was directed upstairs to Mr. Prout's sitting-room on the first floor, where the owner was arranging the tea-cups.
Michael ate Mr. Prout's bread-and-butter and drank his tea, while the host hopped from trinket to trinket.
"Of course, it's the only logical political attitude for an English Catholic to adopt," said Mr. Prout.