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Snodgrass

[snod-gras]
noun
  1. W(illiam) D(e·witt) [duh-wit] /dəˈwɪt/, 1926–2009, U.S. poet.
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Historical Examples of snodgrass

  • The letters were signed "Snodgrass," and there are but two of them.

    Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete

    Albert Bigelow Paine

  • The ordinary course would be that Tupman or Snodgrass should get down.

    Pickwickian Studies

    Percy Fitzgerald

  • Neither Winkle nor Snodgrass started this hypothesis, but Tupman.

    Pickwickian Studies

    Percy Fitzgerald

  • He never thought, he says, that the Snodgrass business was serious.

    Pickwickian Studies

    Percy Fitzgerald

  • And mingled with these thoughts were others as to the mission of Professor Snodgrass.