American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Souter, David Hackett Born 1939. American jurist who was appointed an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1990.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A shoemaker; a cobbler.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete A shoemaker; a cobbler.
“Justice Souter is going to be able to get some thinking done!”
“REEVES: Audio of Captain Souter's story is part of the museum's exhibition, along with other startling reminders of the past: a frayed British flag, a regimental drum, a musket.”
“At 69, Souter is nowhere near the oldest member of the court.”
“The long-term implications will work themselves out, but in the short term the right-wingers are using the ruling to try to further prove that Judge Sonia Sotomayor, one of the judges on the lower court and President Obama's nominee to replace retiring Justice David Souter, is a racist and unworthy of being confirmed.”
“MSNBC reporting now that David Souter is stepping down from the Supreme Court.”
“Now that Souter is gone, let's see how he would have ruled on the case.”
“Souter is expected to depart this week for his home in rural Weare, New Hampshire.”
“Souter is a fine Justice but do you think Bush made the right choice?”
“Willett had a number of talented artists help her with the recording, including Gary Ponder, Justin Souter, Herman Matthews, and Andre Manga.”
“Souter is often regarded as a mistake, but in fact, it seems clear in hindsight that Bush knew exactly what he was doing by appointing one pro-choice and one-pro life justice, as I will make clear in a moment.”
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