Seymour

[see-mawr, -mohr]
noun
  1. Jane,c1510–37, third wife of Henry VIII of England and mother of Edward VI.
  2. a city in S Indiana.
  3. a town in S Connecticut.
  4. a male given name.
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Contemporary Examples of seymour

Historical Examples of seymour

  • Why not turn the Seymour property into a home for them—a limited number of them?

    Fair Harbor

    Joseph Crosby Lincoln

  • His name was Seymour Armstrong and he had now been dead four years.

    Shavings

    Joseph C. Lincoln

  • After Seymour—my husband—died, he came East to see me at Middleford.

    Shavings

    Joseph C. Lincoln

  • Perhaps this is the room referred to by Seymour as having been built in 1735.

    Hampstead and Marylebone

    Geraldine Edith Mitton

  • How far it is true that Elizabeth loved the unfortunate Seymour can now never be known.

    Queen Elizabeth

    Jacob Abbott


British Dictionary definitions for seymour

Seymour

noun
  1. Jane. ?1509–37, third wife of Henry VIII of England; mother of Edward VI
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