American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Meyer, Annie Florance Nathan 1867-1951. American writer and a founder of Barnard College at Columbia University (1889). Her plays include The Dominant Sex (1911) and Black Souls (1932).
- n. A surname.
- From German Meyer, as a Jewish surname from Hebrew מֵאִיר (me'ír, "illuminating"), otherwise from Meier. (Wiktionary)
“For the first time ever, Angelina Jolie's former drug dealer, Franklin Meyer, is speaking out exclusively to Life & Style about the actress 'past drug use.”
“He went on to wonder "whether Meyer is able to keep his offer open under the present state of things.”
“Breckin Meyer is the lead, who I feel lukewarm about in general, but hated with a firey passion here where he is devoid of chemistry with Paquin (how can you be devoid of chemistry with Anna Paquin?!”
“Sutherland's work is causally inadequate as an explanatory model for the issues raised in Meyer's book.”
“Filming on the film based on the hit literary franchise by Stephanie Meyer is scheduled to begin in Italy this Spring.”
“S. Meyer is who made us fans in the first place, they should trust her more when making decisions.”
“I was on the Today Show website, and apparently Stephenie Meyer is writing a new book about the vampire Bree.”
“Postscript (3: 06 p.m.): I only just the minute learned that Stephenie Meyer is a Mormon.”
“Stephenie Meyer is unique, a gifted and generous writer, and all her success has not alienated her from us, her devoted fans.”
“Meyer is no literary scholar as were C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, nor an Emily Dickenson.”
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