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Seward

[soo-erd] /ˈsu ərd/
noun
1.
William Henry, 1801–72, U.S. statesman: secretary of state 1861–69.
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Seward

/ˈsjuːəd/
noun
1.
William Henry. 1801–72, US statesman; secretary of state (1861–69). He was a leading opponent of slavery and was responsible for the purchase of Alaska (1867)
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