Witherspoon

[ US /ˈwɪðɝˌspun/ ]
NOUN
  1. American Revolutionary leader and educator (born in Scotland) who signed of the Declaration of Independence and was president of the college that became Princeton University (1723-1794)
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How To Use Witherspoon In A Sentence

  • What makes it even more confusing is that this anti-heroine is played by Reese Witherspoon, who radiates sweetness and charm.
  • Witherspoon is a gangster, a cheat, and a God damn liar, but he is of very little actual importance; merely a boodling nincompoop. First Lensman
  • He took Mrs Witherspoon home and returned to open Dad's safe. THE MYSTERY OF THE CHINESE JUNK
  • It isn't a Streisand schnoz or a Witherspoon button. The Good, the Bad and the Rancid
  • Witherspoon is the wealthy, apparently airheaded, Elle Woods, who follows her embarrassed boyfriend to Harvard Law in order to prove that blondes have brains, too.
  • No stormy preacher, President Witherspoon quietly won the confidence of his colleagues.
  • MEMPHIS - Roburt Sallie and Wesley Witherspoon scored 20 points apiece as Memphis recovered from its first Conference USA loss in almost four years with a 92-77 victory over Houston on Saturday night. Newsvine - Get Smarter Here
  • He went on to record a live album in 1966 with the blues legend Jimmy Witherspoon.
  • In the programme tonight we hear Dr Chris Toole in conversation with the artist Mary Witherspoon.
  • Past his prime and carrying too much prime rib of beef, Witherspoon was still far too much for Cole.
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