Dorothy L(eigh), 1893–1957, English novelist, essayist, and dramatist: creator of the Lord Peter Wimsey detectve stories.
Gale Eugene, 1943–2020, U.S. football player.
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How to use Sayers in a sentence
But Pletka defies logic from the get-go: "First, the nay-Sayers, because denying the charge is actually easier than leveling it."Danielle Pletka's Bogus Charge Sheet Against Chuck Hagel | Ali Gharib | January 11, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Ausama Monajed, a spokesman for the Syrian National Council, said he wishes Sayers luck in his endeavor.
Later that day, Sayers headed off to a think tank, to join Sakka for a briefing with congressional staffers.
During the PowerPoint presentation, Sakka and Sayers were asked about rumors that some of the fighters are members of al Qaeda.
Dorothy Sayers [the crime writer] was a member of an equivalent group in England—The Sherlock Holmes Society of London.The Essential Sherlock Holmes: Michael Dirda’s Recommendations | The Browser | December 9, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
He had known poor Sayers—a most distinguished soldier, but brave to rashness.Mary Gray | Katharine Tynan
During the War she had been fond of going first to one and then to another of the fashionable sooth-Sayers.What Timmy Did | Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes
The bull-dog tenacity and splendid condition of Sayers were proof against these violent shocks.
What kind of generosity prevented Sayers from closing the other during the pause, is difficult to conjecture.
Each time Sayers struck him and ducked, Heenan made a swoop with his long arms, and at last he caught his enemy.
British Dictionary definitions for Sayers
Dorothy L (eigh). 1893–1957, English detective-story writer
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