American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Dempsey, William Harrison Known as "Jack.” Called "the Manassa Mauler.” 1895-1983. American prizefighter who won the world heavyweight title in 1919 but lost it to Gene Tunney in 1926. He brought new popularity to the sport of boxing in the United States.
- n. United States prizefighter who was world heavyweight champion (1895-1983)
“Lieutenant General Martin Dempsey is the commander of the Multinational Security Transition Command in Iraq, and as such, he and his organization are responsible for assisting the Iraqi government in the development, organization, training, equipping, sustaining the Iraqi security forces.”
“There has been a recent scramble in the blogosphere in these past days about the shocking news that Patrick Dempsey is leaving the show.”
“Jough Dempsey is a poet & critic and the webmaster of Plagiarist. com, an online poetry resource for both the Sharks and the Jets.”
“Patrick Dempsey is contracted with us through Spring/Summer 2009.”
“Totally Hetero, fun fact: Patrick Dempsey is also a racer.”
“Patrick Dempsey is on the cover of the new double issue of Entertainment.”
“Just in case there was any doubt in your mind that Patrick Dempsey is every bit as manly as bare knuckle boxer Jack Dempsey, CinemaBlend today has an article with the headline "Dempsey Got Depressed While Filming Enchanted.”
“NCAA president Cedric Dempsey is pleased with the progress college basketball has made in minority hires.”
“Tampa Bay, Bierk denied Nathan Dempsey from the right side after the defenseman sneaked in from the point with 13: 15 remaining.”
“Made of Honor" starring Patrick Dempsey is a fucking terrible movie.”
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