Curtis

[kur-tis]
noun
1.
Benjamin Robbins, 1809–74, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1851–57; resigned in dissent over Dred Scott case.
2.
Charles, 1860–1936, vice president of the U.S. 1929–33.
3.
Cyrus Hermann Kotzschmar [hur-muhn koch-mahr] , 1850–1933, U.S. publisher.
4.
George Ticknor [tik-ner] , 1812–94, U.S. attorney and writer.
5.
George William, 1824–92, U.S. essayist, editor, and reformer.
6.
a male given name: from an Old French word meaning “courteous.”
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curtis

noun
English botanical writer and publisher (1746-1799) 
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Example sentences for Curtis
Curtis claims it was because he was the handsomest of the boys.
Curtis has spoken in the past of his disappointment at never being awarded an
  oscar.
Curtis arrives at the audition he brings in the first actor, who fails
  miserably.
Maxine sends curtis to get copies and on his way out, curtis runs into mr.
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