Definition of Darrow
1. Noun. United States lawyer famous for his defense of lost causes (1857-1938).
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Literary usage of Darrow
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1. History of Montville, Connecticut: Formerly the North Parish of New London by Henry Augustus Baker (1896)
"SERGEANT GEORGE Darrow, as ho is styled, makes his first appearance in New London between the years 1675 and 1680, and marries Mary, relict of George ..."
2. History of Colorado by Wilbur Fiske Stone (1918)
"During this time, The Darrow Music Company, of which he is president, ... The founder of the Darrow family in the new world came from England in the early ..."
3. History of the Town of Plymouth, Connecticut, with an Account of the by Francis Atwater (1895)
"Lucy Blackmail Darrow, a daughter of Elisha Blackmail, a pioneer of " Wyoming Valley," Penn., and the mother of Captain Leavitt Darrow, was among those who ..."