Sherwood

[shur-woo d]
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Historical Examples of sherwood

  • The baron, with some of his retainers and all the foresters, halted at daybreak in Sherwood forest.

    Maid Marian

    Thomas Love Peacock

  • Your right was the stronger in Arlingford, and ours is the stronger in Sherwood.

    Maid Marian

    Thomas Love Peacock

  • "I'm very superstitious; I am sure it was an imp," Miss Sherwood said.

  • So we applied here to Miss Sherwood, and that's why we had this meeting.

  • I'd like to hear from the 'Herald' about its policy, if Miss Sherwood will tell us.


British Dictionary definitions for sherwood

Sherwood

noun
  1. Robert Emmet. 1896–1955, US dramatist. His plays include The Petrified Forest (1935), Idiot's Delight (1936), and There shall be no Night (1940)
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