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Sewall

[soo-uh l]
noun
  1. Samuel,1652–1730, American jurist, born in England.
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Historical Examples of sewall

  • Mrs. Sewall's report will be found in most public libraries.

    The History of Woman Suffrage, Volume IV

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  • Robins was very close to him, and Sewall's first impulse was to take him by the hair.

  • "That Sewall is a kind of quick-tempered fellow," he remarked to Dow.

  • He had only five men to help him; Sewall and Dow and Rowe and two others.

  • Mrs. Sewall had brought her three-year-old daughter with her.