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Definition of Anderson

  • United States physicist who discovered antimatter in the form of an antielectron that is called the positron (1905-1991)
  • United States contralto noted for her performance of spirituals (1902-1993)
  • United States dramatist (1888-1959)
  • United States physicist who studied the electronic structure of magnetic and disordered systems (1923-)
  • United States author whose works were frequently autobiographical (1876-1941)

How to use anderson in a sentence. Anderson pronunciation.

No. 1, Private Anderson, Co. C, 12th Infantry.
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I wear my oldest clothes, just as my friend Professor Anderson does, for we have been going through briar bushes, into caves and mud holes and our clothes are a sad sight.
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Professor Anderson and I decided to come here and see if we could find it for the museum which is connected with the college in which Anderson teaches.
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Mr. Weston said it was the very meteor for which he and Professor Anderson had been looking so long.
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A few days after Mr. Weston had been led to the queer blue rock, he and Professor Anderson, no longer dressed like tramps, brought some men to the island and the big rock was carefully dug out with wooden shovels, as the wood was soft and could not strike sparks and make blue fire.
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Dr. Alexander Anderson, the father of wood-engraving in this country, died in Jersey City, in 1870, a few weeks before his ninety-fifth birthday.
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One of them was an account of the last battle of the Revolution, of which young Anderson, then a boy between eight and nine years of age, was an eye-witness.
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Anderson's parents lived near the foot of Murray Street, not far from the Hudson River.
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Opposite Anderson's dwelling was a boarding-house kept by a man named Day.
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At about nine o'clock in the morning, while young Anderson was sitting on the porch of his father's house, and Mrs. Day was quietly sweeping in front of her own, he saw a burly, red-faced British officer, in full uniform, with a powdered wig, walking rapidly down the street.
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And Anderson won't keep his horse waiting.
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She stopped the carriage at post-offices, and coffee-shops, and shops of inscrutable dignity where the aged attendants had to be greeted as old friends; and, catching sight of the dome of St. Paul's above the irregular spires of Ludgate Hill, she pulled the cord impulsively, and gave directions that Anderson should drive them there.
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But Anderson had reasons of his own for discouraging afternoon worship, and kept his horse's nose obstinately towards the west.
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Suddenly Mrs. Hilbery pulled the cord with such decision that even Anderson had to listen to the order which she leant out of the window to give him.
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They were the only children of one Anderson Rover, a gentleman who had been widely known as a mineral expert, gold mine proprietor, and traveler.
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Mr. Anderson Rover had gone to California a poor young man and had there made a fortune in the mines.
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The shock had come so suddenly that Anderson Rover was dazed, and for several weeks the man knew not what to do.
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This was a serious question, for Anderson Rover knew well the risk he was running, knew well that many a white man had gone into the interior of Africa never to return.
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This accomplished, Anderson Rover set off and that was the last any of his family had ever heard of him.
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At the time of Anderson Rover's departure Randolph had been on the point of purchasing a farm of two hundred acres in the Mohawk Valley of New York State.
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Examples of Anderson

Example #1
No. 2, Private Sine, Co. E, 17th Infantry.
Example #2
Gunner, Corporal Matthew Doyle, Co. C, 13th Infantry.
Example #3
But we are not tramps.
Example #4
No, though I have been _tramping_ all over this island looking for the very blue rock you children seem to have found.
Example #5
So we hunted for it all over this island.
Example #6
My friend and I didn't mean to.