Udall

[ yoo-dawl or, for 1, yood-l ]
/ ˈyu dɔl or, for 1, ˈyud l /

noun

Also called Uvedale. Nicholas, 1505–56, English translator and playwright, especially of comedy.
Stewart Lee, 1920–2010, U.S. politician: Secretary of the Interior 1961–69.

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Udall

Uvedale (ˈjuːdəl, ˈjuːvˌdeɪl)

/ (ˈjuːdəl) /

noun

Nicholas. ?1505–56, English dramatist, whose comedy Ralph Roister Doister (?1553), modelled on Terence and Plautus, is the earliest known English comedy
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