Van Loon

[ van loon, lohn ]

noun
  1. Hen·drik Wil·lem [hen-drik vil-uhm], /ˈhɛn drɪk ˈvɪl əm/, 1882–1944, U.S. author, born in the Netherlands.

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How to use Van Loon in a sentence

  • “I am Professor Van Loon,” the man said in a voice that was low, melodious and dreamy.

    Whispers at Dawn | Roy J. Snell
  • His wife, Anna Van Loon, is also painted by Maes, standing by a stone balustrade.

  • He was relieved to find Felix Van Loon sitting on the doorstep waiting for him.

    Whispers at Dawn | Roy J. Snell
  • Mrs. Van Loon was a little confused when she saw such a well-dressed gentleman in her poor room.