- wright brothers,
- wright's stain,
- wright, frances,
- wright, frank lloyd,
- wright, james
Origin of wright
Examples from the Web for wright
According to court papers, “[Wright] knew she was underage.”
NCIS managed to eavesdrop on phone calls Wright made to his mother, Valerie Burgess.
She said Wright, whom the girl refers to as the shorthand “J,” also sensed that the heat was on.
And though Wright kept a low profile for almost a year, he managed to solicit “Jane Doe” on online escort pages.
Once he was wearing bracelets, Wright quickly confessed to knowing that “Jane Doe” was a minor, according to court papers.
Jacob was the author both of commentaries and of scholia on the sacred books; of these specimens are given by Assemani and Wright.
But if Wright did not understand me, as I hoped he would not, my husband did, and his inevitable "Meow!"Mavis of Green Hill|Faith Baldwin
The wings of the Blriot had the Wright brothers' wing warping arrangement.The Romance of Aircraft|Lawrence Yard Smith
At Mr. Wright's death, it came to his widow, who gave it to my brother; at whose decease, it came to me.
Grant now thought it best to attack the Confederate lines in front of Wright's corps.Battles of the Civil War|Thomas Elbert Vineyard
Word Origin for wright
Old English wryhta, wrihta "worker" (Northumbrian wyrchta, Kentish werhta), variant of earlier wyhrta, from wyrcan "to work" (see work). Now usually in combinations (wheelwright, playwright, etc.) or as a common surname. Common West Germanic; cf. Old Saxon wurhito, Old Frisian wrichta, Old High German wurhto.