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Willkie

[ wil-kee ]
/ ˈwɪl ki /
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noun
Wendell Lewis, 1892–1944, U.S. executive, lawyer, and political leader.
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How to use Willkie in a sentence

  • Like Tom Dewey and Robert Taft, who were drowned out by the hysteria for Wendell Willkie in 1940.

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  • The superior common man was not a reactionary when he voted for Landon or Willkie.

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  • Mr. Wendell Willkie however has said that "American democracy must rule the world."

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