Silliman


Silliman

Silliman [sil-uh-muh n] Examples noun

  1. Benjamin,1779–1864, U.S. scientist and educator.

Examples from the Web for silliman Historical Examples of silliman

  • Putnam, Silliman, Burr, and others were conspicuous in their exertions.

    The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn

    Henry P. Johnston

  • Silliman was “sometimes in the front, sometimes in the centre, and sometimes in the rear.”

    The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn

    Henry P. Johnston

  • Then there was the Silliman boy who had married the notorious Kate Cookesley.

    The Dust Flower

    Basil King

  • North Carolina, in 1833, and presented to Professor Silliman.

    Eccentricities of the Animal Creation.

    John Timbs

  • “I have given my life to law and politics,” he wrote to Professor Silliman.

    The American Spirit in Literature,

    Bliss Perry

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