American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Eddy, Mary (Morse) Baker 1821-1910. American religious leader who founded Christian Science (1879), the tenets of which she explained in Science and Health (1875). She also founded the Christian Science Monitor (1908), a daily newspaper.
“Eddy is named after producer Eddy Marnay, who worked on the Grammy winner's first five records.”
“Eddy is a major influence in both Celine and Rene's lives.”
“Eddy is the one who suggested the survey as way to make a quick buck, but he's clueless about answering questions that aren't multiple choice.”
“As a result, we don't connect our savings with the loan for cousin Eddy's plumbing business or neighbor Mary's dental school loan.”
“Eddy is the Duc de Villiers, temporarily enslaved until a shipwreck, when he emerges as leader, needing to rally his troops.”
“Deb Eddy is a product of Kirkland politics -- what do you expect?”
“I'm just trying to adjust my game to fit around how Eddy is playing. '”
“Goalies: Portland, Justin Eddy (25 shots, 19 saves; record: 1-0-1).”
“Portland, Justin Eddy (37 shots, 35 saves; record: 2-0-2).”
“Goalies: Portland, Justin Eddy (14 shots, 13 saves; record: 1-0-0).”
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