Redfield

[ red-feeld ]

noun
  1. Robert, 1897–1958, American anthropologist.

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How to use Redfield in a sentence

  • Squinting through the Redfield scope, he found King, still standing there on the Lorraine balcony.

  • Secretary Redfield undertook to stabilize prices by arbitrarily fixing them.

  • Redfield was entirely unarmed, but his opponent wore a sword at his side, with pistol and knife hanging from his belt.

    Money Island | Andrew Jackson Howell, Jr.
  • Four rowers took their positions; and Captains Kidd and Redfield climbed down the rope ladder, and sat in the stern.

    Money Island | Andrew Jackson Howell, Jr.
  • Captain Redfield was to be awarded a generous portion, and his arduous service as guardian of the treasure would terminate.

    Money Island | Andrew Jackson Howell, Jr.
  • It also afforded Captain Redfield opportunity to find a wife, whom he brought to Rindout, as he styled his new home.

    Money Island | Andrew Jackson Howell, Jr.