How to use Smyth in a sentence
Smyth and his colleagues started with a world atlas of artificial night-sky brightness that had been created in 2016.
“Anecdotally I can tell you that the take-up rate is fairly small,” said Smyth.Walmart’s New Embrace of Gay Employees a Sign of Corporate Shift | Daniel Gross | August 29, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
But when Milchan emphasized that he could supply him with all of the orders he could possibly handle, Smyth agreed.
And so on January 19, 1973, Smyth oﬃcially registered Milco in Orange County, Calif., and got his new business under way.
Dvora asked what information Smyth had divulged about her boss, along with any other activities he might have unveiled.
“We hurried to board the aircraft,” Smyth recalled in the book.
A minute ago I would have sworn it was Smyth; but to tell the truth, I never gave any attention to such details of business.The Soldier of the Valley | Nelson Lloyd
When two Puritan regiments advanced on Hinksey, Mr. Smyth blazed away at them from his house.Oxford | Andrew Lang
Lieutenant Smyth was described by a Times correspondent as "a short, ruddy, smiling officer lad, with merry gray eyes."The Childrens' Story of the War, Volume 4 (of 10) | James Edward Parrott
Smyth preached at Gainsborough from 1602 to 1606, when he was driven into exile.The Romantic Story of the Mayflower Pilgrims | Albert Christopher Addison
Smyth mentions Rigel as a test for a 4-inch aperture, with powers of from 80 to 120.Half-hours with the Telescope | Richard A. Proctor
British Dictionary definitions for Smyth
Dame Ethel (Mary). 1858–1944, British composer, best known for her operas, such as The Wreckers (1906). She was imprisoned for supporting the suffragette movement
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