American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Monck, George. First Duke of Albemarle. 1608-1670. English general who was instrumental in the restoration of Charles II (1660) and supervised London during the plague of 1665.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of monk.
“To heighten the profile of green roofs as a wildlife space, Gedge has teamed up with John Little of Grassroofcompany. co.uk and Dan Monck and Duncan Kramer – all green-roof campaigners – to design a new rooftop vegetation system that can be grown on top of disused shipping containers.”
“Monck, who had founded the Norwich Players in 1911, followed Yeats to Dublin, where he formed a school of acting at the Abbey.”
“A producer at the Abbey in the 1911-12 season, Monck joined the company on its 1913 American tour.”
“And so – to address Shafer and Monck – the question remains whether newspapers tried hard enough.”
“I think the key lines from Jeff are these: My purpose in rebutting Farhi, Greenslade and Monck is not to flagellate journalists but to empower them.”
“The sheffies won me over years ago, but the Monck is quickly gaining my admiration, still blooming even after I cut them up!”
“In February 1660, a Lady Monck visited the hospital, and received this greeting from one of the phanatiques:”
“These words were spoken to the wife of Sir George Monck, instrumental in the restoration of the monarchy.”
“My purpose in rebutting Farhi, Greenslade and Monck is not to flagellate journalists but to empower them.”
“American viewers have preconceptions about Al Jazeera," said Monck.”
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