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  1. Charles, 1814–84, English novelist.

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How to use Reade in a sentence

  • Arthur L. Reade, has courteously furnished details of this interesting inland club.

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  • Harris, so soon as I gave him key and street-number had posted to Reade Street to attend the silk's reception.

  • Sir Thomas Reade, the noisiest filibuster of them all, indicates his method of settling matters at Longwood.

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  • So the immortal Sir Thomas Reade and another staff officer were selected to effect a communication.

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  • Mr. Reade then went carefully over it, making improvements by omissions and additions.

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British Dictionary definitions for Reade


/ (riːd) /

  1. Charles . 1814–84, English novelist: author of The Cloister and the Hearth (1861), a historical romance

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