How to use Prynne in a sentence
And then, of course, there was poor Hester Prynne—branded with a scarlet letter for mothering a child with another man.
We ponder other crazy miscasts, from Tom Hanks in The Da Vinci Code to Demi Moore as Hester Prynne.
See the various petitions relating to the payment of wages in Prynne's fourth Register.
Old Thomas Warmstry, as we have seen, held much milder language on this subject than Prynne.Traditions, Superstitions and Folk-lore | Charles Hardwick
Prynne was conducted in triumph to London after the victory of the Parliamentarian party, and became a member of the Commons.Books Fatal to Their Authors | P. H. Ditchfield
British Dictionary definitions for Prynne
William. 1600–69, English Puritan leader and pamphleteer, whose ears were cut off in punishment for his attacks on Laud
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