(Giles) Lyt·ton [jahylz lit-n] /dʒaɪlz ˈlɪt n/, 1880–1932, English biographer and literary critic.
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Examples from the Web for strachey
Historical Examples of strachey
As far as I see, Strachey has no theory to serve by inventing Ahone.
On the other hand, Strachey likes to show off his Latin and Greek.
I conjecture that one of Strachey's sources was a native named Kemps.
According to Strachey, Heriot could speak the native language.
Strachey in his "Travaile" refers sometimes to Smith, and always with respect.
British Dictionary definitions for strachey
(Giles) Lytton . 1880–1932, English biographer and critic, best known for Eminent Victorians (1918) and Queen Victoria (1921)
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