Darrow

[ US /ˈdɛɹoʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States lawyer famous for his defense of lost causes (1857-1938)
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How To Use Darrow In A Sentence

  • But the one most people remember is the 1925 Scopes trial, in Dayton, Tennessee, partly because Spencer Tracy played Darrow in a 1960 film about it, "Inherit the Wind.
  • There is no such thing as justice - in or out of court. Clarence Darrow 
  • I have always liked Clarence Darrow's observation about the existence vis-Ã-vis non-existence of God: "I do not pretend to know what ignorant men are sure of. Vincent Bugliosi: Why Do I Doubt Both The Atheists And The Theists?
  • Laurence Darrow Brown--dubbed "Dobie" Gray by Sonny Bono, a rip from the TV sitcom The Many Loves Of Dobie Gillis--contacted one of the company's owners, Cliff Chenfeld, to license his re-recorded hits collection, something the label wasn't keen on since we were all such music geeks happily fixated on original versions. Mike Ragogna: I'll Miss You Dobie Gray, Plus Chatting With MTV World Exec Nusrat Durrani
  • The law does not pretend to punish everything that is dishonest. That would seriously interfere with business. Clarence Darrow 
  • The law does not pretend to punish everything that is dishonest. That would seriously interfere with business. Clarence Darrow 
  • Money has been the most serious handicap that we have ever met. There are times when poverty is fortunate. Clarence Darrow 
  • I have always felt that doubt was the beginning of wisdom, and the fear of God was the end of wisdom. Clarence Darrow 
  • You can hardly be held responsible for Darrow waltzing in, cool as a cucumber, and demanding thousands of pounds.
  • The pursuit of truth will set you free; even if you never catch up with it. Clarence Darrow 
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