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Harry, 1870–1937, British golfer.
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Words nearby Vardon
Varah, Varanasi, Varangian, Vardar, Vardhamana, Vardon, varec, Varese, Vargas, Vargas Llosa, Varginha
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How to use Vardon in a sentence
M. Vardon saw three lions throw themselves at once on a buffalo which he had just wounded with a musket-shot.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin
Using remarkable photographs, Vardon devotes a chapter to each club and chapters to stance, grip, and swing.When Winter Comes to Main Street|Grant Martin Overton
He arrived on the greens one stroke, or even two, behind Vardon.
It did not upset Vardon's aim; but then Vardon was rather past the learner stage.
"Mr. Vardon, come on here, I want you," called out Gladys from the little stone bridge.Strange Stories|Grant Allen
British Dictionary definitions for Vardon
/ (ˈvɑːdən) /
Harry. 1870–1937, British golfer
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