/ ˈrɪədən /


  1. ReardonRay1932MWelshSPORT AND GAMES: snooker player Ray . born 1932, Welsh snooker player: world champion 1970, 1973–76, 1978
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Example Sentences

Now, according to Sean Reardon, there is also a gap between the middle class and the elite.

I have no doubt that Reardon is right, and wealthy parents are investing more in their kids because they can.

A boy, whom he recognized as Tim Reardon, soon came in sight, and passed close by the spot where Tom was concealed.

As fast as they were ready, Tim Reardon carried them to the table, where they were heaped up on a big earthen platter.

A quarter of an hour after the visitor's departure Reardon came back.

Reardon thought of this, and it made him silent for a minute.

The speaker looked from Reardon to Amy with a smile of vast significance.





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