Definition of Doctorow

1. Noun. United States novelist (born in 1931).

Exact synonyms: E. L. Doctorow, Edgard Lawrence Doctorow
Generic synonyms: Author, Writer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doctorow

Doctor of Education
Doctor of Fine Arts
Doctor of Humane Letters
Doctor of Humanities
Doctor of Laws
Doctor of Medicine
Doctor of Music
Doctor of Musical Arts
Doctor of Optometry
Doctor of Osteopathy
Doctor of Philosophy
Doctor of Public Health
Doctor of Science
Doctor of Theology
Doctor of the Church
Doctorow
Doctors of Arts
Doctors of Philosophy
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Dodd
Dodecanese
Doderlein
Dodge
Dodge City
Dodgeon
Dodger
Dodgers

Literary usage of Doctorow

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1. Writing America edited by Keith Donohue (2001)
"... is what the writer and the poet will give you. It is a natural resource no less than our forests, rivers, farmlands, and fisheries. - EL doctorow ..."

2. Plug Your Book: Online Book Marketing for Authors, Book Publicity Through by Steve Weber (2007)
"doctorow publishes his site using the WordPress blogging system. Interestingly, doctorow allows visitors to download the full text of any of his books for ..."

3. Architecture of Instruction and Delight: A Socio-historical Analysis of by Pieter van Wesemael (2001)
"278 doctorow, 1985, pp.242-43. 279 Harrison, 1980, p.1V, V and p.6; Cohen, ... See also doctorow, 1985, pp.278-79 and 312-21; Gelernter, 1995, pp.58-60. ..."

4. History of the Wars Occasioned by the French Revolution, from the by C. H. Gifford (1817)
"The sixth corps, commanded by General doctorow, consisted of 18000 men ; liii • corps ... doctorow, perceiving that he was anticipated, turned to tbe right, ..."

5. Narrative of events during the invasion of Russia by Napoleon Bonaparte, and by Robert Thomas Wilson, Wilson, Robert Thomas, Sir, 1777-1849 (1860)
"Not a moment was lost: by seven o'clock the corps of doctorow was straining every ... doctorow had despatched advice to Kutusow "of the intelligence he had ..."

6. Narrative of Events During the Invasion of Russia by Napoleon Bonaparte, and by Robert Thomas Wilson (1860)
"Not a moment was lost : by seven o'clock the corps of doctorow was straining every ... doctorow had despatched advice to Kutusow "of the intelligence he had ..."

7. History of the Consulate and the Empire of France Under Napoleon by Adolphe Thiers, D. Forbes Campbell (1893)
"... and ordering a copy of the instructions to be forwarded to each. That experienced chief knew in what doctorow alone examined the map attentively. ..."

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