- John,c1460–1529, English poet.
- Richard BernardRed, 1913–97, U.S. actor and comedian.
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Examples from the Web for skelton
Ascham has the form 'huddermother' and Skelton 'hoder-moder.'The New Hudson Shakespeare: Julius Caesar
He recalled Skelton, and threw him into the Tower for his rash conduct.
Lieutenant Skelton was chief engineer and photographer to the expedition.The South Pole, Volumes 1 and 2
I entered Skelton's (the tailor's) shop with the journeymen.
From Skelton to Fox the martyrologist, every man had some motive for throwing a stone at him.Ten Tudor Statesmen
Arthur D. Innes
- John. ?1460–1529, English poet celebrated for his short rhyming lines using the rhythms of colloquial speech