from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Forrest, Nathan Bedford 1821-1877. American Confederate general who was active at the battles of Shiloh (1862) and Chickamauga (1863). He was a founder and the first leader (1866-1869) of the Ku Klux Klan.
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- proper n. A topographical surname for someone who lived or worked in a Royal forest (area of woodland reserved for hunting)
- proper n. A male given name transferred from the surname.
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Barbara Forrest is a philosophy professor at Southeastern Louisiana University, and totally cool in my book.
I like the scene in Forrest Gump where Forrest1 and were fishing in the bayou, a simple and classic father and son moment.
If you were to wander its streets, you might recognize its park bench as the same one Tom Hanks sat on as he waited for a bus in Forrest Gumpor even its Army Navy Store from That Thing You Do.
In this story, Jonathan Archer, the First Officer on this version of Enterprise, mutinies against Captain Forrest and takes the Enterprise into Tholian Territory to steal a ship that is rumored to have appeared there.
He also played the voice of Elvis in Forrest Gump ... or so I heard.
Yes | No | Report from GiantWhitetails wrote 28 weeks 4 days ago pretty much anything Clint Eastwood says. or Tom Hanks in Forrest Gump.
There was a green cactus in Forrest, too bad I was the only person who went there.
They said this Sutituation's theme was reflected in Forrest Gump.
My friends & I wanted to write in Forrest Claypool, who lost to Todd's Papa in the primary.
While some women attended plays, society coded theatres as manly arenas where differing visions of masculinity — expressed by performers such as Edwin Forrest and his "muscular school" of acting — competed for audience approval. 77
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