Alcott

[ US /ˈæɫˌkɑt/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States novelist noted for children's books (1832-1888)
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How To Use Alcott In A Sentence

  • Mr. Alcott , a lady near me desires to inquire whether omnipotence abnegates attribute?
  • Louisa May Alcott spent the day of December 12 in Boston doing errands, going to the dentist to get a tooth filled, and rushing from office to office, trying to unsnarl the bureaucratic obstacles to getting her credentials as a nurse and to buying her series of tickets for the trip. Louisa May Alcott
  • Inspired by Derek Walcott's epic poem ‘Omeros,’ it explores Creole identity.
  • Maybe the best thing is to bring back Gary Sobers, Viv Richards, Clyde Walcott, all of them," he said. The Nursery End | Rob Bagchi
  • Life is my college. May I graduate well, and earn some honors. Louisa May Alcott 
  • Resolved to take fate by the throat and shake a living out of her. Louisa May Alcott 
  • Two own goals, a marginal offside tap-in and an overlooked penalty appeal by Theo Walcott helped Blackburn off the foot of the table and eased the pressure on their manager Steve Kean. Arsenal's major flaws have Arsène Wenger too choked for rallying cry
  • I think if we want to see the real adebayor again, we will need Fabregas, Walcott, Arshavin, Www.hardwarezone.com.sg
  • They offer a glimpse of the kind of unsentimental prose that Alcott often said she longed to write in an "adult novel" but died before she had the chance. Statesman - AP Sports
  • It is unwise of Walcott to antagonise Fabio Capello with the account in his book of the severity of life with England while he is still in the squad. Amid the gloom, much to cheer in Arsenal's scrambled win over Udinese | Kevin McCarra
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