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  1. a male given name.

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Example Sentences

Woodrow Wilson was re-elected in 1916 on the slogan “He Kept Us Out of the War.”

Miller, who is now a scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center, has some experience in these matters.

A new biography by A. Scott Berg makes the case for Woodrow Wilson as an unrecognized great American president.

Other members of Whig-Clio have included Aaron Burr, Woodrow Wilson, Samuel Alito, and Mitch Daniels.

The Crisis still clings to the conviction that a vote for Woodrow Wilson was NOT a vote for Cole Blease or Hoke Smith.

Ahead of them ran Eagle Feather with a captive pale eyes boy named Woodrow.

At a clear spot on the trail, where Nancy and Woodrow would be visible from a distance, he called a halt.

She told how he had risked his life to escort her and Woodrow to safety, and had ended up being captured.

His youngest son came of age just in time to cast the tenth vote in the family for the reelection of Woodrow Wilson.

We missed poor old Woodrow, and his chum Fred went around looking like a ghost.





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