Willingham


Willingham

Willingham [wil-ing-ham, ‐uh m] Examples noun

  1. Calder,1922–95, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.

Examples from the Web for willingham Contemporary Examples of willingham

  • Willingham soon suspected his buddy was involved in bad stuff.

    A Black Cop’s Tough Words for Mike Brown

    Mary M. Chapman

    December 3, 2014

  • But Willingham said any program that gets kids engaged in and excited about school is a good idea.

    Arizona’s Attack on Kids

    Dana Goldstein

    May 14, 2010

  • Historical Examples of willingham

  • Looking into the point-blank mouth of the Willingham pistol, he pulled his own.

    The Sunset Trail

    Alfred Henry Lewis

  • Willingham was the name of the town where Milly and Oliver lived.

    Milly and Olly

    Mrs. Humphry Ward

  • All I can tell you is, that things always get ripe here later than at Willingham.

    Milly and Olly

    Mrs. Humphry Ward

  • Then he laid it, muzzle for muzzle, with the opposing piece of ordnance, and defied Mr. Willingham to begin his blazing work.

    The Sunset Trail

    Alfred Henry Lewis

  • I had to pass Dr. Willingham’s office lots and he was all de time pesterin’ me ’bout spellin’.

    Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves

    Work Projects Administration

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