American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Cullen, Countée 1903-1946. American poet whose collections Colors (1926) and Copper Sun (1927) established him as a leading figure of the Harlem Renaissance.
- n. A surname.
“The Hot Topic Cullen is due in stores on January 20.”
“Edward Cullen is Smelxy (Smells good and sexy) says:”
“Joshua Higgins turned around to see what had carried away, and met the full blast of the vilest portion of Captain Cullen's profanity.”
“Ordinarily this lavatarial dereliction would have caught Captain Cullen's eye and vocabulary, but in the present his mind was filled with making westing, to the exclusion of all other things not contributory thereto.”
“You're almighty sure of yourself," Captain Cullen sneered, turning on his heel.”
“Captain Cullen scowled at him no longer, though no speech was exchanged between them, while the Mary Rogers sped north toward warmer latitudes.”
“Captain Cullen, with swift eye, embraced the mainstaysail-block and the head and estimated the distance.”
“Captain Cullen did not want God to know that he was pleased with that wind.”
“George Dorety stood aft, near Captain Cullen, less bundled in clothes than usual, soaking in the grateful warmth as he watched the scene.”
“At midday, after calling eight bells, Captain Cullen ordered the royals on.”
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