- Samuel,1652–1730, American jurist, born in England.
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Examples from the Web for sewall
Mrs. Sewall's report will be found in most public libraries.
"That Sewall is a kind of quick-tempered fellow," he remarked to Dow.
Robins was very close to him, and Sewall's first impulse was to take him by the hair.
And Mrs. Sewall baked bread that was not at all like the bread Bill baked.
Mrs. Sewall had brought her three-year-old daughter with her.