[ wool-kuht ]
/ ˈwʊl kət /
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Alexander, 1887–1943, U.S. essayist and journalist.
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How to use Woollcott in a sentence
And Mr. Woollcott's manner indicated that he was inclined to take some sort of revenge on the hall-man.
Mr. Woollcott asked Mr. Chesterton, and told him of a restaurant nearby where this could be obtained.
Standing there, Mr. Woollcott and I contrived several theories.
Alexander Woollcott rescuing the Playwright from the awful shears of the Censor.Nonsenseorship|G. G. Putnam and Others
British Dictionary definitions for Woollcott
/ (ˈwʊlkɒt) /
Alexander. 1887–1943, US writer and critic. His collected essays include Shouts and Murmurs (1922)
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