[ US /ˈkæðɝ/ ]
  1. United States writer who wrote about frontier life (1873-1947)
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How To Use Cather In A Sentence

  • So I'm pleased to introduce our first presenter , one of the stars of Traffic , Catherine Zeta - Jones .
  • But Mawuli glowers at Papa, apparently thinking about how to outwit Papa, not thinking about Mary Catherine. Amaryllis in Blueberry
  • Catherine Street were largely ignoring shoplifting and simply passing its cost on to their customers.
  • In the pictures of girls - Miss Catherine Tatton is an extreme example - black and carmine are applied so crisply that you would, today, think of mascara and lipstick.
  • Catherine Lewis, better known as "Kittie," was married to Joseph King, of Montgomery County, History of Roanoke County
  • John Hales, clerk of the hanaper, a learned and able man, and, like all who espoused this party, a zealous protestant, had written, and secretly circulated, a book in defence of the claims of the lady Catherine, and he had also procured opinions of foreign lawyers in favor of the validity of her marriage. Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth
  • His legs were so thin however that Catherad was sure that they would snap under the enormous strain.
  • But it was restored as a chapel in 1662 by Charles II for his wife, Queen Catherine of Braganza, who established a friary in its grounds.
  • That happened to Catherine Lane when she moved out of a London flat.
  • Ready availability being the most precious of Prohibition virtues, gin was lifted above the historical pedigree that led Willa Cather to call it “the consolation of sailors and inebriate scrub-women.” LAST CALL
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