American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Sheridan, Philip Henry 1831-1888. American Union general. Active in the Chattanooga (1863) and Wilderness (1864) campaigns, he routed Confederate forces at the Battle of Five Forks (1865).
- Sheridan, Richard Brinsley 1751-1816. British playwright and politician known for his satirical comedies of manners, including The Rivals (1775), which features the catachrestic character Mrs. Malaprop.
- n. A Irish surname;the Anglicised form of Irish Ó Sirideáin.
- n. A male given name transferred from the surname.
- n. A female given name of modern usage in uncommon circumstances.
- n. The Irish playwright Richard Brinsley Sheridan
- n. Any of many placenames
- n. Irish playwright remembered for his satirical comedies of manners (1751-1816)
“SHERIDAN - Rep.blican state Rep. Jack Landon of Sheridan says he will retire from the District 30 House seat when his term expires at the end of this year.”
“SHERIDAN -- A mammoth fire ravaged a $1.3 million Boone County home before dawn today, according to a Sheridan and Zionsville firefighters.”
“SHERIDAN - The delivery of an envelope holding white powder has forced the evacuation of parts of the courthouse in Sheridan.”
“SHERIDAN - The Grant Count y Chamber of Commerce's annual banquet will be held Saturday in The Epperson Center at Immanuel Baptist Church in Sheridan.”
“Sheridan is in chronic pain because of the surgical and tortureprocedures Gretchen performed on him.”
“Take the "Heart of the Horse" 4-H Club in Sheridan, in the northern part of the state.”
“Time and time again Sheridan sees how the past illuminates the present, in his personal life as well as in the flow of national and international events.”
“A blogger since 2002 and a former Irish Examiner staffer, Sheridan is working for www.”
“On his own time and largely his own dime, Gavin Sheridan has been using Freedom of Information requests to accumulate, digitize and disseminate a database of -- until now -- hidden Irish government information.”
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