Cedric has occupied a consistent if slightly low-key existence in Hollywood since 1992.
Suspicions arise when Harry is selected along with fellow Hogwarts student Cedric Diggory.
“I let him know when I got this show and we talked about what it all meant,” says Cedric.
I even said that in the Lionel Barrymore movie of the play, the part of Mr. Death was even played by Cedric Hardwicke.
“He gives people hope,” said photographer Cedric Terrell, himself a former Marine.
Alex was grateful, but she wished that, like Barbara, she had practised her strokes under Cedric's tuition.
Now, I ask you, ought not dear Cedric to have kept this to himself?
Cedric stepped forward and kneeled upon one knee before the throne, as was the custom in those days.
Gurth's brass collar did not gall him: Cedric deserved to be his master.
Cedric wanted to detain her; but it wasn't etiquette, and she smiled to herself as she swept past with her maids of honour.
masc. proper name, modern, apparently introduced by Sir Walter Scott (Cedric the Saxon is a character in "Ivanhoe"); apparently a mistake for Old English name Cerdic.