[ US /ˈnæʃ/ ]
  1. United States writer noted for his droll epigrams (1902-1971)
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How To Use Nash In A Sentence

  • The undulating holloway, which has itself sunk through the steady erosion of cartwheels and hooves up to fifteen feet beneath the hillside, translates you from the present into an earlier era when John Nash carved out his woodcuts in English boxwood at the kitchen table under a single lamp-bulb and cultivated the half-wild garden. Wildwood
  • He gnashed his teeth together and fumed silently.
  • Greg Wood is one of only 150 men and women in this country to devote themselves to the welfare of our horses' gnashers.
  • Though as Richard Nash suggests, we're all indie now (except the big guys), so even the term indie doesn't mean much: Hugh McGuire: Why "Self-Publishing" Is Meaningless
  • I peered over. There stood Sir Henry doing nothing less than a 11)tribal war dance of sheer unashamed 12)ecstasy.
  • Nash has already been approached by several pro football teams.
  • The text of the Jnashwari had become corrupted, so he re-edited it, and his recension has remained current to the present day.
  • The air around the hill of Knocknashee is responding to the sound of music these days and nights.
  • At my sister's birthday meal last Friday our gnashers made a rare showing together in public.
  • But many Nashville residents are unconvinced, leaving government and civic leaders worried that the once-done Oilers deal actually could collapse.
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