[ US /ˈɛdwɝdz/ ]
- American theologian whose sermons and writings stimulated a period of renewed interest in religion in America (1703-1758)
How To Use Edwards In A Sentence
- For the last five years, he's been a fixture on Houston street corners begging for money, a life Edwards describes as dehumanizing and empty. CNN Transcript Mar 29, 2009
- I also think that Edwards took certain positions in his 1998 Senate campaign which won't work well in national Democratic politics - particularly, if I remember correctly, supporting right-to-work laws.
- Besides, it was getting late, and my decent harpooneer ought to be home and going bedwards. Moby Dick; or the Whale
- A poor game was redeemed in the second half by a couple of superb goals from Anthony Edwards.
- * I wonder how much of this has to do with their positions (obviously Edwards had a mind like few others, but one has to take into account also that he husbanded and cultivated that gift responsibly): Edwards was a public man in his capacity as a pastor; can it be said that Whitefield was only a pastor in his capacity as a public man? from → Observations The Sage of Northampton « Unknowing
- And a younger, sprier Edwards fearlessly taunted his tormentor, U.S. Attorney John Volz, once rising to his feet for a toast in a French Quarter bar while trilling, “When my moods are over, and my time has come to pass, I hope they bury me upside down, so Volz can kiss my ass.” FLY FISHING WITH DARTH VADER
- Edwards gave a speech which drew very heavily on his stump speech.
- Mrs Edwards was singing your praises today.
- Something like one of these multimillion dollar condos would have doomed Edwards, but 28,200 square feet in exurban North Carolina is solid. Matthew Yglesias » Edwards’ Big House
- David Dimbleby is being lined up to lead the coverage from Britain, with the 6pm BBC news presenter, Huw Edwards, anchoring a special programme from New York.