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Sennett

[sen-it]
noun
  1. MackMichael Sinnott, 1884–1960, U.S. motion-picture director and producer, born in Canada.
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Historical Examples of sennett

  • Blake said no further word on the subject, and Sennett was as welcome as before.

    Sketches in Lavender, Blue and Green

    Jerome K. Jerome

  • He also preached the dedication sermon of the church in Sennett.

  • The name M. g. intermedia Sennett is applicable to these birds.

    The Breeding Birds of Kansas

    Richard F. Johnston

  • Sennett and his son had withdrawn a little from the scene and were talking in low voices.

  • As Curtis reached this point in his orders, Sennett started to cross the road.


British Dictionary definitions for sennett

Sennett

noun
  1. Mack, original name Michael Sinott. 1884–1960, US film producer and director, born in Canada, who produced many silent comedy films featuring the Keystone Kops, Charlie Chaplin, and Harold Lloyd, for the Keystone Company
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