Robertson

[rob-ert-suh n]
noun
  1. Oscar PalmerThe Big O, born 1938, U.S. basketball player.
  2. PatMarion Gordon, born 1930, U.S. evangelist.
  3. William,1721–93, Scottish historian.
  4. Sir William Robert,1860–1933, British field marshal.
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  • "He will get well, if that's what you mean," said Dr. Robertson.

  • Mr. Robertson went to open it, and James's heart sank within him.

    Salted With Fire

    George MacDonald

  • Mrs. Robertson, weeping herself, sought to comfort her, but it seemed in vain.

    Salted With Fire

    George MacDonald

  • Isy was not only willing, but eager that Mr. and Mrs. Robertson should know everything.

    Salted With Fire

    George MacDonald

  • Or could not Mr. Robertson of Ellon have been great on the article Beza?


British Dictionary definitions for robertson

Robertson

noun
  1. George (Islay Macneill), Baron. born 1946, Scottish Labour politician; secretary-general of NATO (1999–2003)
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