Siddons

[ US /ˈsɪdənz/ ]
NOUN
  1. English actress noted for her performances in Shakespearean roles (1755-1831)
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How To Use Siddons In A Sentence

  • On the stage, Mrs Siddons senior and Mr John Kemble were remarkable for the solemn deliberation of their manner, both in declamation and action, and yet they were splendidly gifted in power.
  • Mrs. Siddons was a first state with the coveted blotted edge.
  • Mrs. Siddons was an actress.
  • The walls were hung with old theatre posters Mr. Garrick, Mr.. Woffington, Mr.. Siddons - Richard III: The Constant Couple; The Grecian Daughter, in cheap black print on old, creased paper, mounted on red board under glass in Hogarth frames. Bottled Spider
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