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/ ˈstreɪ tʃi /
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(Giles) Lyt·ton [jahylz lit-n], /dʒaɪlz ˈlɪt n/, 1880–1932, English biographer and literary critic.
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Words nearby Strachey
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How to use Strachey in a sentence
Mr. Strachey, without abandoning the acridity of his style, exposes Florence Nightingale as a great constructor of civilization.
Mr. Strachey completes his volume with a study of that extraordinary crank, General Gordon.
This may well account for the geographical discrepancies referred to by Sir Edward Strachey.On Some Ancient Battle-Fields in Lancashire|Charles Hardwick
No objection being made, the resolutions offered by General Strachey at the last session of the Conference were then withdrawn.
He accordingly sent Henry Strachey, an under official, to assist Oswald in making other arrangements.The Colonization of North America|Herbert Eugene Bolton
British Dictionary definitions for Strachey
/ (ˈstreɪtʃɪ) /
(Giles) Lytton . 1880–1932, English biographer and critic, best known for Eminent Victorians (1918) and Queen Victoria (1921)
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