Alan, 1888–1916, U.S. poet.
Peter "Pete", 1919–2014, U.S. folk singer and folklorist.
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How to use Seeger in a sentence
Seeger showed Springsteen that political music could be buoyant, even as it dealt with the weightiest issues.
The first four letters in hootenanny spell hoot -- and The Seeger Sessions was fun -- with a purpose.
The Seeger Sessions was as joyous as Devils and Dust was depressed.
Fast forward a decade to Greenwich Village, where Pete Seeger hears the tune on an old 78 and turns it into “Wimoweh.”‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight’: Rian Malan’s South Africa Reviewed | Katie Baker | November 28, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Seeger works at a call center to pay the bills while she studies to be a firefighter paramedic.Witness Says of Colorado Shooter: ‘He Pointed the Gun at My Face’ | Paula Szuchman | July 20, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Alan Seeger has written two poems that all Americans should know.
Alan Seeger lived a life like that of many other American boys.
Alan Seeger enjoyed life and found the world exceedingly beautiful.
It is perhaps the best long poem Seeger has written, although "Champagne, 1914-15" is by many ranked ahead of it.
One of the most specific signs of poisoning by darnel seeds is said by Seeger to be the trembling of the whole body.
British Dictionary definitions for Seeger
Pete. born 1919. US folk singer and songwriter, noted for his protest songs, which include "We shall Overcome" (1960), "Where have all the Flowers gone?" (1961), "If I had a Hammer" (1962), and "Little Boxes" (1962)
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