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Oglethorpe

[oh-guh l-thawrp] /ˈoʊ gəlˌθɔrp/
noun
1.
James Edward, 1696–1785, British general: founder of the colony of Georgia.
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  • After talking with Oglethorpe, Paul took a jeep over to the stand and located Harper.

    Human Error Raymond F. Jones
  • She was Oglethorpe's interpreter in his first interview with Tomochichi.

    Stories Of Georgia Joel Chandler Harris
  • Oglethorpe had to be on the watch constantly lest the French or the Spanish should raid his territory.

  • But I am very much obliged to you for telling me, Mr. Oglethorpe.

    Theo Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • You can rouse any woman's curiosity, and no one has more than Mrs. Oglethorpe.

    Black Oxen Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
  • "I had a letter from Mr. Oglethorpe yesterday," Priscilla said, at last.

    Theo Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • This caused some delay, but at length arrangements were completed, and Oglethorpe was prepared to take the field.

  • He was educated at Oglethorpe College, being graduated in 1860.

  • General Oglethorpe had become offended at his Italian servant.

  • I would go on my knees to you, Oglethorpe, were they not already frozen.

    Humorous Ghost Stories Dorothy Scarborough
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Oglethorpe

/ˈəʊɡəlˌθɔːp/
noun
1.
James Edward. 1696–1785, English general and colonial administrator; founder of the colony of Georgia (1733)
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