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  1. Frank Win·field [win-feeld], /ˈwɪnˌfild/, 1852–1919, U.S. merchant.

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How to use Woolworth in a sentence

  • He seized the keys and called central in the Woolworth tower.

    The Fall of a Nation | Thomas Dixon
  • I thought for a moment that the Woolworth tower had crawled into bed with me.

    Biltmore Oswald | J. Thorne Smith, Jr.
  • Occasionally, a faulty valve lets go, and the sleeper dreams he is falling from the Woolworth Tower.

    Tenting To-night | Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • You havent been able to reach a single man among the wireless operators of the Woolworth tower?

    The Fall of a Nation | Thomas Dixon

British Dictionary definitions for Woolworth


/ (ˈwʊlwəθ) /

  1. Frank Winfield (ˈwɪnˌfiːld). 1852–1919, US merchant; founder of an international chain of department stores selling inexpensive goods

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