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Definition of Smith

  • One who forges with the hammer; one who works in metals; as, a blacksmith, goldsmith, silversmith, and the like.
  • One who makes or effects anything.
  • someone who works metal (especially by hammering it when it is hot and malleable)
  • someone who works at something specified
  • Scottish economist who advocated private enterprise and free trade (1723-1790)
  • English explorer who helped found the colony at Jamestown, Virginia; was said to have been saved by Pocahontas (1580-1631)
  • religious leader who founded the Mormon Church in 1830 (1805-1844)
  • United States blues singer (1894-1937)
  • United States suffragist who refused to pay taxes until she could vote (1792-1886)
  • United States singer noted for her rendition of patriotic songs (1909-1986)
  • United States sculptor (1906-1965)
  • Rhodesian statesman who declared independence of Zimbabwe from Great Britain (born in 1919)

How to use smith in a sentence. Smith pronunciation.

Tom So-and-So had sold out of the "Amanda Smith" for $40,000-hadn't a cent when he "took up" the ledge six months ago.
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We rode through a snow-storm for two or three days, and arrived at "Honey Lake Smith's," a sort of isolated inn on the Carson river.
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A clergyman writes that during the ministration of his labors at Battle Greek, Mich., there were several remarkable manifestations of divine power-especially in the case of a little girl, the daughter of a Mr. Smith, a child of about six years.
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It was on a Sabbath afternoon, at the very hour when the crowded congregation in our house of worship were in prayer for the influences of the divine Spirit, that a holy, solemn influence came into the dwelling of Brother Smith, as if an angel had come to touch the child with healing power.
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Normand Smith's Memoir,' and also Wesley's 'Sermon on the use of Money,' which led me to devote all my gains to benevolent uses, reserving to myself $5,000 while I remained unmarried, part of which I have bequeathed to relatives, and the remainder to benevolent societies.
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Normand Smith, a saddler of Hartford, Conn., after practicing for years an elevated system of benevolence, bequeathed in charity the sum of $30,000.
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The first officer approached was the one in direct line of superiority, Col. A. T. Smith, 13th Infantry.
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Butz, 'G' Co., 13th Infantry, Corp. Robert S. Smith, 'C' Co., 13th Infantry, and Serg.
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Corp. Smith was another of the same stamp.
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It was Corp. Smith who thought in this Gatling gun deal he was holding a pair of deuces, because he didn't take much stock in Gatling guns, but he was a firm believer in his commanding officer and was prepared to "bluff" the Dons to the limit of the game.
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Gunner, Corporal Robert S. Smith, Co. C, 13th Infantry.
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Smith, who was to so heroically lose his life within ten minutes afterward, sprang out in front of the excited troopers, and, with tears in his eyes, implored them not to fire, that these were "our own Gatlings.
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Graham and Privates Smith and Taylor, Troop E, 10th Cavalry.
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Privates Smith and Taylor did as good service, were as willing, as obedient, as prompt, and as energetic in the discharge of their duties as any commanding officer could wish to have.
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Smith went, on the 20th of July, to a certain headquarters in the field on business.
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Those who could have attended to it were absent, but there was one of the recent arrivals, a high-ranking aide, there, and he, sorry for Smith's worn-out look of hunger, heat, and thirst, asked if he would have a drink.
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Smith, expecting at the best a canteen of San Juan River water, said he was a little dry.
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Smith, greatly astonished, asked what could be had, and was yet more astonished to learn that he could be served with Canadian or domestic whisky, claret, champagne, or sherry.
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Smith and Shipp were killed, and Col. Carroll, Lieuts.
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When the Moravians took over the Yorkshire Societies in 1742 they established headquarters at Smith House, near Halifax, but this not proving permanently available, Ingham, in 1744, bought an estate near Pudsey, where the Moravians planted a settlement which they called "Lamb's Hill", later "Fulneck".
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Examples of Smith

Example #1
John Jones had sold half his interest in the "Bald Eagle and Mary Ann" for $65,000, gold coin, and gone to the States for his family.
Example #2
Go where you would, you heard nothing else, from morning till far into the night.
Example #3
It was a two-story log house situated on a small knoll in the midst of the vast basin or desert through which the sickly Carson winds its melancholy way.
Example #4
I bought a horse and started, in company with Mr. Ballou and a gentleman named Ollendorff, a Prussian-not the party who has inflicted so much suffering on the world with his wretched foreign grammars, with their interminable repetitions of questions which never have occurred and are never likely to occur in any conversation among human beings.
Example #5
REMARKABLE HEALING OF A CHILD.
Example #6
She became much reduced, extremely nervous and helpless, excepting to move her hands.