Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • The world's second-largest ocean, divided into the North Atlantic and the South Atlantic. It extends from the Arctic in the north to the Antarctic in the south between the eastern Americas and western Europe and Africa.

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Examples

  • Touch, by first time author Gayleen Froese, is the story of Anna Gareau and her ability to read a person's past by touching something of value to that person.

    REVIEW: Touch by Gayleen Froese

  • "We always wanted to bring him back," Gayleen Leonard said after the service.

    Leonard, Marvin M.

  • She was joined at the service by Leonard-Whitman and the couple's other two children, Mark and Gayleen Leonard.

    Leonard, Marvin M.

  • With Leonard-Scott, who now lives in Alto, N.M., were Gayleen; daughter

    Leonard, Marvin M.

  • "I feel we have a place to go now," said Leonard's daughter, Gayleen Leonard of Big Rapids.

    Leonard, Marvin M.

  • He told Gayleen Skowronek, the cheer booster club president, on Oct. 7 that the shirts would not be allowed on campus.

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