Trevelyan [trih-vel-yuh n, -vil-] Examples noun
- George Macaulay,1876–1962, English historian.
- his father, Sir George Otto, 1838–1928, English biographer, historian, and statesman.
Examples from the Web for trevelyan Historical Examples of trevelyan
It was, as Trevelyan well says, Washington’s notice to quit.
If you would see the other side, read Trevelyan’s “American Revolution.”
William Howard Taft
Depositing in it the greasy parcel he was carrying, he handed it gravely to Trevelyan.
“Brady’s no business to have his supper stopped,” said Trevelyan.
Trevelyan, who was next the window, pulled the blind up silently.
British Dictionary definitions for trevelyan Trevelyan noun
- George Macaulay . 1876–1962, British historian, noted for his English Social History (1944)
- his father, Sir George Otto . 1838–1928, British historian and biographer. His works include a biography of his uncle Lord Macaulay (1876)