[ rey-bern ]

  1. Sir Henry, 1756–1823, Scottish painter.

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How to use Raeburn in a sentence

  • But Hulver remained intact, save for the loss of the Raeburn and the oak avenue.

    Notwithstanding | Mary Cholmondeley
  • I do hope, Amy Raeburn, that you will not be late another Sunday morning.

  • As he dimly remembered him, he was a friendly sort of fellow whom he had engaged to drive him out to the Raeburn place.

    The Rest Hollow Mystery | Rebecca N. Porter
  • He found himself wondering resentfully why old man Raeburn hadn't shown more interest in his non-appearance.

    The Rest Hollow Mystery | Rebecca N. Porter

British Dictionary definitions for Raeburn


/ (ˈreɪˌbɜːn) /

  1. Sir Henry . 1756–1823, Scottish portrait painter

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