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Vidal

[vi-dahl]
noun
  1. (Eugene Luther) Gore,1925–2012, U.S. novelist, essayist, and playwright.
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  • He begged Vidal to give him a word in pity of his loneliness.

  • He promised to reinforce Vidal at once with three battalions of chasseurs.

    1914

    John French, Viscount of Ypres

  • Vidal was, you see, a great poet and it was not proper to treat a great poet with indifference.

    The Good Soldier

    Ford Madox Ford

  • My dear Mr. Vidal, what is the use if half Cromer has been up here prying about?

    The Place of Dragons

    William Le Queux

  • "It's all right, Mr. Vidal," the youngest of the two doctors assured me.

    The Place of Dragons

    William Le Queux


British Dictionary definitions for vidal

Vidal

noun
  1. Gore. 1925–2012 US novelist and essayist. His novels include Julian (1964), Myra Breckinridge (1968), Burr (1974), Lincoln (1984), and The Season of Conflict (1996)
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