[ US /ˈtɹəmbəɫ/ ]
  1. American Revolutionary leader who as governor of Connecticut provided supplies for the Continental Army (1710-1785)
  2. American painter of historical scenes (1756-1843)
  3. American satirical poet (1750-1831)
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How To Use Trumbull In A Sentence

  • Kim Bensen, a lifetime yo-yo dieter who lost more than 200 pounds, currently leads motivational weight loss meetings at Calvary Church in Trumbull at 6:30, Wednesday nights. Kim Bensen: Samantha: One Woman's Weight Loss Journey
  • Between July 29 and August 5, I was asked to organize two towns in the Fifth Congressional District, Bethel and Trumbull.
  • That night, the Trumbull was caught in a storm and dismasted; the next morning the Iris found her again and took Nicholson and his crew prisoner. Robert Morris
  • Trumbull, 'said mine host;' and ye shall hang me over the signpost if there be a drap mair lemon or a curn less sugar than just suits you. Redgauntlet
  • Between July 29 and August 5, I was asked to organize two towns in the Fifth Congressional District, Bethel and Trumbull.
  • ‘Yes, sir,’ said Robin Hastie, no way alarmed at the gravity of the rebuke, ‘but you must take tent that I have admitted naebody but you, Mr. Trumbull (who by the way admitted yoursell), since nine o’clock for the most of the folk have been here for several hours about the lading, and so on, of the brig. Redgauntlet
  • Sixty Million Trillion Combinations SINCE IT WAS Thomas Trumbull who was going to act as host for the Black Widowers that month, he did not, as was his wont, arrive at the last minute, gasping for his preprandial drink. Banquets of the Black Widowers
  • The landlord indeed spoke a little thick, and the texts of Mr. Thomas Trumbull stumbled on his tongue; but Nanty was one of those topers, who, becoming early what bon vivants term flustered, remain whole nights and days at the same point of intoxication; and, in fact, as they are seldom entirely sober, can be as rarely seen absolutely drunk. Redgauntlet
  • In the center of the mantelshelf is a gilt-bronze clock featuring a figure of George Washington based on Washington at the Battle of Trenton, painted in 1792 by John Trumbull.
  • Trumbull says that -- the proposal was universally acceptable, and the churches and the ministers of the several counties met in a consociated council and gave their assent to the Westminster and Savoy Confessions of The Development of Religious Liberty in Connecticut
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