Ambrose was one of America's most cherished popular historians.
The word “Carcosa,” which Chambers borrowed from Ambrose Bierce, and which later showed up in the works of H.P. Lovecraft.
Ambrose says, “He came down hard on market hunters or anyone who killed for sport.”
No way was George McClellan (listed) a worse general than Ambrose Burnside.
June Ambrose is known in certain circles for slightly her eccentric tastes.
When both of them had returned to the gig Ambrose drove on in silence with an uncommonly bored face.
“You might have had rougher usage there than here,” said Ambrose.
He remembered that once, on a previous visit he had found her thus looking out when Ambrose and he had walked late one night.
Ambrose felt almost despairing as he heard in vain the last name.
So they treated him for a little while with a certain respect, and no one said “Ambrose is afraid.”
masc. proper name, from Latin Ambrosius, from Greek ambrosios "immortal, belonging to the immortals" (see ambrosia). The Ambrosian Library in Milan is named for Saint Ambrose (d.397), bishop of Milan.