- welch·er, noun
Other definitions for Welch (2 of 2)
James, 1940–2003, U.S. poet and novelist.
Joseph Nye, 1890–1960, U.S. trial lawyer.
Robert, Jr., 1899–1985, U.S. candy manufacturer: founder of the John Birch Society 1958.
William Henry, 1850–1934, U.S. medical pathologist and educator.
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How to use welch in a sentence
For her part, welch has continued to squat, deadlift, and overhead press during her pregnancy.
welch, who is due in June, has been an athlete her whole life.
It’s “the Wild West,” welch said, reflecting a view shared by other advocates and congressional staff monitoring the children’s care.
The facility has held only a few children during the pandemic, and welch said it’s possible that conditions have improved.
There are no such commitments in place for emergency facilities, according to welch and congressional staff.
“Balko has been a kind of one-man category creator on this stuff,” said Reason editor in chief Matt welch.
I asked the Smith brothers to do an adaptation and they did an adaptation of The Death of Jim Loney, another book by Jim welch.Sherman Alexie on His New Film, the Redskins, and Why It's OK to Laugh at His Work | William O’Connor | August 22, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Jack welch, who took over General Electric in 1981, left his perch in 2001, not long after he turned 65.Don’t Count Rupert Murdoch Out Yet: Why The Magnate Hasn’t Given Up on Time Warner | Daniel Gross | July 16, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
“It was stuck in there by somebody, and nobody seems to know who,” said welch.
welch interrupted, offering a smile that signaled pure exhaustion and defeat.
He gives most of his attention to other kinds of manufacturing, in which Messrs. English and welch, are very extensively engaged.
He describes some as "starvy, chapt, and cheany, as the basest land upon the welch mountains."On the Portraits of English Authors on Gardening, | Samuel Felton
I rose from my hammock early, and with my companion, Mr. welch, sought comfort p. 155from a cup of tea.Recollections of a Long Life | John Stoughton
Kemp-welch was the only member of our party left, the rest proceeding homeward by another route.Recollections of a Long Life | John Stoughton
They were exchanging reminiscences and Jimmie welch was listening open-mouthed to their conversation.The Pirate of Panama | William MacLeod Raine
British Dictionary definitions for welch (1 of 2)
a variant spelling of welsh
- welcher, noun
British Dictionary definitions for Welch (2 of 2)
an archaic spelling of Welsh 1
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