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Wythe

[with]
noun
  1. George,1729–1806, U.S. jurist and statesman.
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Historical Examples of wythe

  • This last was the opinion of Mr. Wythe, Mr. Mason, and myself.

    Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson

    Thomas Jefferson

  • Wythe then moved the Constitutionalists' resolution for ratification.

  • The next year a county was cut from Montgomery and named Wythe.

    How Justice Grew

    Martha W. (Martha Woodroof) Hiden

  • "I wanted to ask you, Mr. Wythe, about that article in the paper this morning," she began.

    The Builders

    Ellen Glasgow

  • I think Mr. Wythe had promised to read something to Mrs. Blackburn.

    The Builders

    Ellen Glasgow