How to use Wiseman in a sentence
Wiseman as Samuel is alternately Devil-child and a cute young kid.
He died in a car crash on the way to the hospital where she gave birth to her son, Samuel (Noah Wiseman).
“Hollywood dilutes material to a level I have no interest in, or intention following,” Wiseman says firmly.
“Hollywood studios are always trying to attract the largest audience to make money,” Wiseman says.
Wiseman spent 12 weeks filming, and amassed 170 hours of tape.
Cardinal Wiseman, in his beautiful tale of Fabiola, attempts to rehabilitate the primitive ages in the garb of modern Romanism.The Catacombs of Rome | William Henry Withrow
Please observe Wiseman and Wishart; for incidental grimness, they strike me as in it.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 25 (of 25) | Robert Louis Stevenson
I'm very sorry, Captain Wiseman, but really I fear you will have to come to the rescue of us weak women.
Oh, Captain Wiseman, I do wish you would thrash the fellow to within an inch of his life.
Such a thing as an adjournment to obtain Wiseman's evidence was not even hinted.
British Dictionary definitions for Wiseman
Nicholas Patrick Stephen. 1802–65, British cardinal; first Roman Catholic archbishop of Westminster (1850–65)
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