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/ ˈsɪd nz /
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Sarah (Kemble), 1755–1831, English actress.
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Words nearby Siddons
sidalcea, Sidamo, Siddhartha, siddhi, siddhuism, Siddons, siddur, side, side against, sidearm, side arms
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How to use Siddons in a sentence
If you did not dig your pen in the ink with such a high-tragedy, Scott-Siddons air, maybe youd get on better, she suggested.Those Dale Girls|Frank Weston Carruth
Reynolds had the composition in his mind many weeks before Mrs. Siddons sat for him in the autumn of 1783.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4)|Richard Muther
Perhaps the best of all is Mrs. Siddons', and the next Charles Kemble's.Art in England|Dutton Cook
But we doubt if the critique upon his "Mrs Siddons" is quite fair.
Mr. Siddons proved to be a small and sallow young man with a pointed nose and bright, bulbous brown eyes like a chipmunk's.The Dwelling Place of Light, Complete|Winston Churchill
British Dictionary definitions for Siddons
/ (ˈsɪdənz) /
Sarah. 1755–1831, English tragedienne
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