Abraham Lincoln love

Abraham Lincoln

Definitions

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  • n. An emancipator or analogous reformer.

Etymologies

From Abraham Lincoln (February 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865), the sixteenth president of the United States of America, noted for his integrity and for abolishing slavery. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • While David and I settled on the name Abraham Lincoln, the pooch stole glances up at me; through the course of the journey home, the glances got longer and longer, and by the time we got to our apartment he couldn’t take his eyes off of me.

    Dirty Secret

  • Educated by the British, Sun knew little more than the name of Abraham Lincoln until Charlie recited for him the end of the Gettysburg Address: “government of the people, by the people, and for the people.”

    The Last Empress

  • He called Abraham Lincoln the 'founder' of the Republican Party.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • In this fourth-grade classroom, however, the name Abraham Lincoln has barely, if at all, been uttered.

    Israelated - English Israel blogs

  • To borrow a phrase from Abraham Lincoln, the world will little note, nor long remember the passage of the Western Black Rhino.

    Robert Walker: Farewell the Rhino

  • To paraphrase Abraham Lincoln, you can fool enough of the people enough of the time.

    Roger’s Rules » How Stupid Do They Think We Are?

  • They used to call Abraham Lincoln an ape and draw political cartoons representing him as some kind of primate.

    Hillary To NBC: Fire David Shuster

  • ROBERTS: President Obama has called Abraham Lincoln his favorite president.

    CNN Transcript Feb 12, 2009

  • Well, not everyone can just call Abraham Lincoln or George Washington on the phone and ask for advice like Joe Biden seems to think he can.

    What’s McCain doing in the wrong state?

  • Wasn't it a plot point of The Barefoot Executive that he was trying to greenlight a show called Abraham Lincoln's Doctor's Dog?

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