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Sandburg

[ sand-burg, san- ]
/ ˈsænd bɜrg, ˈsæn- /
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noun
Carl, 1878–1967, U.S. poet and biographer.
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How to use Sandburg in a sentence

  • Carl Sandburg called us “Hog butcher for the world,” then Upton Sinclair showed the world its butchershop was “The Jungle.”

    Obamaville|Don Rose|November 6, 2008|DAILY BEAST
  • Mr. Sandburg has a good voice and sings his poems to the accompaniment of the guitar.

    Contemporary American Literature|John Matthews Manly and Edith Rickert
  • I am one of the judges, and it happens that Carl Sandburg is on the same paper.

    My Wonderful Visit|Charlie Chaplin

British Dictionary definitions for Sandburg

Sandburg
/ (ˈsændbɜːɡ, ˈsænbɜːɡ) /

noun
Carl. 1878–1967, US writer, noted esp for his poetry, often written in free verse
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