[ stef-uhnz ]
/ ˈstɛf ənz /
(Joseph) Lincoln, 1866–1936, U.S. author, journalist, and editor.
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How to use Steffens in a sentence
To this inflammable material, Henrik Steffens merely laid the torch of his intelligence.
To govern a life insurance company, Mr. Steffens argued, was just as much "government" as to run a city.
Coming from a man who had seen as much of actual politics as Mr. Steffens, it puzzled me a great deal.
It shames me to think what my friend Lincoln Steffens could have done had he but enjoyed my opportunities.
British Dictionary definitions for Steffens
(Joseph) Lincoln. 1866–1936, US political analyst, known for his exposure of political corruption
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