Samson

[ US /ˈsæmsən/ ]
NOUN
  1. (Old Testament) a judge of Israel who performed herculean feats of strength against the Philistines until he was betrayed to them by his mistress Delilah
  2. a large and strong and heavyset man
    a thick-skinned bruiser ready to give as good as he got
    he was a bull of a man
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How To Use Samson In A Sentence

  • Samson and Delilah by Camille Saint-Saëns was playing on a cheap Samsung, Olga Borodina and Dmitri Hvorostovsky singing. CHAMELEON
  • When Rostnikov repeated that the primary evidence against Samsonov was the testimony of an Evenk shaman, Samsonov had to be restrained by Famfanoff who, surprisingly, found enough strength within his abused body to control the furious doctor. A Cold Red Sunrise
  • SAMSON AND DELILAH 1949 Lamarr ' s last really great film, made in glorious Technicolor, gave her the role she was born to play: Delilah, the Bible temptress who is the undoing of Samson. Her Face Was Her Misfortune
  • SAMSON - Many around Samson knew Bruce Maloy as their town's comedian, a goodhearted, wiry little jokester who was always boasting about hitting it big someday. news | GT | http://www.gadsdentimes.com
  • They saw the pillars of society pulled dowry by an unseen Samson and watched the victims crawling painfully from the ruins. Inflation and War Finance
  • The bright side of Charley's inheritance lay in the fact that he possessed Samson 's first-class brain. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • Mr Samson works as a technician and driver for Durham county council museum education service at Darlington.
  • Building up experience and discovering magic items gives Samson an enhanced chance of surviving the later stages of the adventure.
  • Samson AG, an over Euro 500 million, family-owned manufacturer of valves and measurement equipment, could look at acquisitions in India for castings and forgings, senior company officials said. Deals India: Morning News Roundup
  • Colin Samson clearly takes the former view of the of the Innu experience.
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