[ suhth-ern ]
/ ˈsʌð ərn /
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E(dward) H(ugh), 1859–1933, U.S. actor, born in England: husband of Julia Marlowe.
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Words nearby Sothern
sostenuto pedal, sot, Soter, soteriology, so that, Sothern, Sothic, Sothic cycle, Sothic year, Sothis, Sotho
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How to use Sothern in a sentence
The officer's face, as hard as rock, softened wonderfully as he cried out and came quickly to Marshall Sothern's side.
A little of the brandy added fuel to the flickering fire of life in Marshall Sothern.
Marshall Sothern clutched at Drennen's arm and went down, sinking slowly, not so much as a groan bursting from his lips.
Drennen, stooping still further, slipped his arms about Marshall Sothern's body.
But in 1863 Sothern was growing tired of toujours Dundreary.Ellen Terry and Her Sisters|T. Edgar Pemberton