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Bullitt

[boo l-it] /ˈbʊl ɪt/
noun
1.
William C(hristian) 1891–1967, U.S. diplomat and journalist.
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  • Mr. Bullitt, though almost a year younger than either William or Johnnie Watson, was of a turbulent and masterful disposition.

    Seventeen Booth Tarkington
  • William's passion for Mr. Bullitt's voice appeared to be under control.

    Seventeen Booth Tarkington
  • Peter did watch Bullitt, but more than that he watched the huddled crowd of Harvard players on the sidelines.

    The Boy Grew Older Heywood Broun
  • It was to be seen that Mr. Bullitt did not relish the sally.

    Seventeen Booth Tarkington
  • There's one there already, b'longs to your friend, that young Bullitt fella.

    Seventeen Booth Tarkington
  • He wished the Bullitt and Watson families each had a little girl like this.

    Seventeen Booth Tarkington
  • However, this may be, the parties separated in perfect harmony, and Captain Bullitt proceeded to the Falls.

  • But Mr. Bullitt briskly interrupted this appealing reminiscence.

    Seventeen Booth Tarkington
  • Then Captain Bullitt held up a signal for surrender and the firing ceased.

  • Adjutant Bullitt had his horse shot from under him, but nothing could induce either of them to leave the field.

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