John Davis

NOUN
  1. English navigator who explored the Arctic while searching for the Northwest Passage (1550-1605)
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How To Use John Davis In A Sentence

  • John Davis coolly sat on a powder-keg from which the top had been shot off, and was so found by an officer, who hastily censured him for his loafing -- "bumming" during recess. The Lincoln Story Book
  • It was felt by John Davis and others that the government was backing unfair competition with the commercial companies.
  • In fact, principle songwriter John Davis leads off the album with the lines, ‘She is one in a billion / With lips of vermilion.’
  • This is a challenge which I and my colleague John Davis have already taken up.
  • Just one look at his craggy face would tell a man that John Davis had been places.
  • The Hoyt observation is also significant in that the alias reportedly used by the alleged Jesse, “Mr. Howard,” shows up as one of the seventy-two aliases listed in Jesse James Was One of His Names.37 In addition to Charles Howard, John Davis Howard, and Col. Shadow of the Sentinel
  • This is a challenge which I and my colleague John Davis have already taken up.
  • December 12, 1972, "says bemused John Davis, as Kim crinkles up his eyes behind thick glasses and cracks a gleeful grin.
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