Definition of Arendt
1. Noun. United States historian and political philosopher (born in Germany) (1906-1975).
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Literary usage of Arendt
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Archaeologia Cantiana by Kent Archaeological Society (1872)
"It is much to be regretted that no record exists of the place whence the rubbing was taken. It cannot, surely, be that of which Arendt, in one of his lists, ..."
2. The Historical Writings of John Fiske by John Fiske (1902)
"... about sixteen miles they came upon the Mohawk River, at a fording-place, where there was a tiny Dutch hamlet founded fourteen years before by Arendt van ..."
3. The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution: Being the Letters by Jared Sparks, United States Dept. of State (1829)
"The Baron de Goltz has warmly entreated me to recommend to you the Baron d'Arendt, a Prussian officer in the service of the United States. ..."
4. History of the Pilgrims and Puritans: Their Ancestry and Descendants; Basis by Joseph Dillaway Sawyer (1922)
"The "Covenant of Corlaer," the statecraft of Arendt van Curler* of Nijkerk, Netherlands, still holds. To the Iroquois, the governor of Canada, ..."
5. The Writings of George Washington by George Washington (1890)
"TO BARON D'Arendt. INSTRUCTIONS. HEAD-QUARTERS, 18 October, 1777. SIR, Being recovered from the indisposition under which you lately labored, ..."
6. The Dutch and Quaker Colonies in America by John Fiske (1903)
"As he was sailing on Lake Champlain he passed a rock whereon the waves Arendt van were wont to dash and fly up wildly, and Indian folklore told of an ..."
7. The Works of Benjamin Franklin: Containing Several Political and Historical by Benjamin Franklin (1882)
"The Baron d'Arendt, colonel in the armies of the United States, having expressed to me a desire of returning to the service in America, though not entirely ..."