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Undset

[ oon-set ]
/ ˈʊn sɛt /
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noun
Sig·rid [sig-rid; Norwegian si-gri], /ˈsɪg rɪd; Norwegian ˈsɪ grɪ/, 1882–1949, Norwegian novelist: Nobel prize 1928.
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How to use Undset in a sentence

  • I am indebted to Chadwick's note for this reference to Undset.

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British Dictionary definitions for Undset

Undset
/ (Norwegian ˈunsɛt) /

noun
Sigrid (ˈsiɡri). 1882–1949, Norwegian novelist, best known for her trilogy Kristin Lavransdatter (1920–22): Nobel prize for literature 1928
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