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Mackellar

/məˈkɛlə/
noun
1.
Dorothea. 1885–1968, Australian poet, who wrote "My Country", Australia's best known poem
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  • mackellar was generally deliberate, but people valued his opinion.

    Johnstone of the Border Harold Bindloss
  • I saw his smile in the light of his lanthom, 'twas no other than mackellar of Kilbride!

  • Andrew left them in the drawing-room and found mackellar alone in the library.

    Johnstone of the Border Harold Bindloss
  • To a fine fellow called mackellar first and to my king and country after?

  • Hal realised it must have happened while he was escaping from mackellar's.

    King Coal Upton Sinclair
  • Hal and mackellar looked at the old Swede, and the three of them began to laugh.

    King Coal Upton Sinclair
  • Mr. Bally remains at Durrisdeer, under the care of Mr. mackellar; and I do not mean that he shall even know our destination.

  • "That was while he was running for election," said mackellar.

    King Coal Upton Sinclair
  • Dr. mackellar, who had kindly given me the operation, and Jean the Turco, assisted me.

  • mackellar and Edstrom had been listening enthralled to this exciting conversation.

    King Coal Upton Sinclair

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