[ rad-klif ]

  1. a city in central Kentucky.

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How to use Radcliff in a sentence

  • We approached 1492, which is the company of Chris Columbus, Michael Barnathan, and Mark Radcliff.

    How We Made 'The Help' | Brunson Green | August 13, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Porter and Radcliff, you can't enter here; we have none of your slaves.

  • The young man related everything that had occurred, whereupon the officers took Radcliff into custody.

    City Crimes | Greenhorn
  • Radcliff's eyes literally blazed with fury as he strode towards the young lady's protector.

    City Crimes | Greenhorn
  • These two abandoned women then retired to their respective chambers, to await the coming of Radcliff.

    City Crimes | Greenhorn
  • Sydney had expected that Radcliff would be liberated, and felt assured that he would seek his victim again that night.

    City Crimes | Greenhorn