Godey


Godey

Godey [goh-dee] Examples noun

  1. Louis An·toine [an-twahn] /ˈæn twɑn/, 1804–78, U.S. publisher: founded the first women’s magazine in the U.S. 1830.

Examples from the Web for godey Historical Examples of godey

  • The survivors were brought in by Godey, some crippled with frozen feet.

    Thirty Years’ View (Vol. II of 2)

    Thomas Hart Benton

  • Haler turned back with Godey, and went with him to where they had left Scott.

    Life of Kit Carson

    Charles Burdett

  • The exploit of Carson and Godey, when calmly told, seems incredible.

    The Life of Kit Carson

    Edward S. Ellis

  • These were buried by Carson and Godey who made search for the women.

    The Life of Kit Carson

    Edward S. Ellis

  • Godey Peck was on the fence with regard to the new movement.

    A Scout of To-day

    Isabel Hornibrook

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