^ a b "Red Sheep: How Jessica Mitford found her voice" by Thomas Mallon 16 Oct 2007 New Yorker ^ Salmond, John A (1990). The Conscience of a Lawyer: Clifford Durr and American Civil Liberties,1899-1975.
H.L. Mencken traced the verb ''to horseshed'' to Kansas, and defined it as ''to wheedle, cajole''; in his Dictionary of Americanisms, Mitford Mathews cited a use by James Fenimore Cooper in h
Mitford, Jessica Mitford, Jessica Lucy Mitford (noun) United States writer (born in England) who wrote on American culture (1917-1996) Mitford, Nancy Mitford, Nancy Freeman Mitford (noun) English writer of comic novels (1904-1973)
A Dictionary of Americanisms on Historical Principles is a dictionary of English words and phrases that originated in the United States.The two-volume dictionary was edited by Mitford M. Mathews and was published in 1951 by University of Chicago Press.
Mitford ka matalab hindi me kya hai (Mitford का हिंदी में मतलब ). Mitford meaning in Hindi (हिन्दी मे मीनिंग ) is United States writer (born in England) who wrote on American culture (1917-1996).English definition of Mitford : United States writer (born i
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The work was one of the sources for the Dictionary of Americanisms, c. 1952, prepared under the direction of Mitford Mathews. A similar, but unrelated modern work, the Dictionary of American Regional English, is presently being compiled to show dialect va
Dictionary of Americanisms. A glossary of words and phrases, usually regarded as peculiar to the United States
A dictionary of Americanisms on historical principles by , 1956, University of Chicago Press edition, in English
Diana Mitford was an author and reviewer. She holds the title The Honourable Lady Mosley. Diana was given the name Diana Freeman-Mitford by her parents David Freeman-Mitford and 2nd Baron Redesdale on June 17th, 1910 in Belgravia. She passed away on Augus
Dictionary of Americanisms by Mitford M. Mathew DAE: Dictionary of American English by William Craigie DARE: Dictionary of American Regional English ed. Frederic Gomes Cassidy and Joan Houston Hall DAUL: Dictionary of American Underworld Lingo by Hyman E.
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A Dictionary of Americanisms: A Dictionary of Americanisms, two-volume dictionary of words and expressions that originated in the United States or that were first borrowed into the English language in the United States. Edited by the American scholar Mitf
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A Dictionary of Americanisms on Historical Principles is a dictionary of English words and phrases that originated in the United States. The two-volume dictionary was edited by Mitford M. Mathews and was published in 1951 by University of Chicago Press.