In 1907 he was elected to the vice presidency of the dement Brothers Company and remained as manager as well.
dement, riding near the head of the line saw this and muttered in his beard.
dement′ed, out of one's mind: insane: suffering from dementia.
When we were at Dixon they were getting up the dement regiment.
In the following year he organized the dement Brothers Company and has continuously served as its president.
The letter went on to say that at times “the master was like one dement,” and that they were afraid of their lives.
Mr. dement hoped that Congress would do something to compensate him for his losses.
dement ceased speaking and stood in silhouette against the last yellow-and-black of the dead sunset.