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Albee

[awl-bee] /ˈɔl bi/
noun
1.
Edward, born 1928, U.S. playwright.
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  • And if Albee were a superman the problem of her life was solved.

    Manslaughter Alice Duer Miller
  • Mrs. Albee has aimed, not to reproduce Oriental effects, but to have the designs original and distinctive.

  • "You make me very proud, very happy when you talk like that," said Albee.

    Manslaughter Alice Duer Miller
  • Excellent suggestions by Miss Albee for color schemes in stripes may be found on pages 64 and 65.

    Hand-Loom Weaving Mattie Phipps Todd
  • Most women would have accepted Albee as first-rate, but she knew he wasn't.

    Manslaughter Alice Duer Miller
  • I know it—in certain cases: anyhow I should be afraid to read my own letters to Mr. Albee over again.

  • Miss Bennett did not know where Albee was, and her tone indicated that she did not greatly care.

    Manslaughter Alice Duer Miller
  • Do you know that I had a dim notion always that Mr. Albee was a millionaire,—or at least a very wealthy dilettante?

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Albee

/ˈɔːlbiː/
noun
1.
Edward. born 1928, US dramatist. His plays include Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1962), Seascape (1975), Marriage Play (1986), Three Tall Women (1990), and Goat (2004)
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