Winterset

[ win-ter-set ]
/ ˈwɪn tərˌsɛt /

noun

a drama in verse (1935) by Maxwell Anderson.

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Example sentences from the Web for Winterset

  • The Duke of Winterset rode out into the moonlight, composedly untieing a mask from about his head.

    Monsieur Beaucaire|Booth Tarkington
  • Do you dream that' because Winterset introduces a low fellow he will be tolerated—that Bath will receive a barber?

    Monsieur Beaucaire|Booth Tarkington
  • Turning, M. de Chateaurien looked beamingly upon the face of the Duke of Winterset.

    Monsieur Beaucaire|Booth Tarkington
  • His Grace of Winterset's features were set awry to a sinister pattern.

    Monsieur Beaucaire|Booth Tarkington