[ US /ˈhɛpbɝn/ ]
  1. United States film actress who appeared in many films with Spencer Tracy (1907-2003)
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Get Started For Free Linguix pencil

How To Use Hepburn In A Sentence

  • Hepburn is best known for her roles in classic films such as 'My Fair Lady'.
  • We Hepburns are extinct as the dodoes now," he said, and he rambled on with the names of many other creatures which had become fruitless, leafless twigs on the tree of evolution. Galapagos
  • To many, she was considered to be a modern Audrey Hepburn with her impeccable style, grace and elegance.
  • In various passages from her autobiography, Hepburn, the daughter of a suffragist and birth-control crusader, sounds disconcertingly unliberated.
  • For more than 400 years, the remains of James Hepburn, the 4th Earl of Bothwell, have lain in a Danish church where they were turned into a grisly tourist attraction.
  • Last Christmas, a box of Audrey Hepburn's old schmutter was unloaded for £270,000. Buy Bono's old sock? No thanks
  • The private belongings of Katharine Hepburn have been gathered into 691 lots and arranged in, appropriately, twenty-four room-sized sets to recreate the home-loving, practical side of the glamorous Hollywood star.
  • She had been farm-servant to my mother's brother -- James Hepburn, thy great-uncle as was; she were a poor, friendless wench, a parish 'prentice, but honest and gaum-like, till Sylvia's Lovers — Volume 2
  • There were gates to open, and Hepburn jumped down to open them, as if he were the footboy. The Captain's Doll
  • He also added to the ancient patri - monial fortune of his ancestors, the lands of Foord in vice comi - tatu de Haddingtoun, by the marriage of Elizabeth, eldest of the two daughters and coheirs of Robert Hepburn of Foord, by whom he left issue James, his successor, and colonel Thomas Stuart, who died in France. Peerage of England, genealogical, biographical, and historical
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy