Definition of Harold lloyd
1. Noun. United States comic actor in silent films; he used physical danger as a source of comedy (1893-1971).
Generic synonyms: Actor, Histrion, Player, Role Player, Thespian
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Literary usage of Harold lloyd
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1. The Stag Cook Book: Written for Men by Men by Carroll Mac Sheridan (1922)
"... xcv harold lloyd LEMON LAYER CAKE This, when properly gummy, is as good for a comedian to throw as a custard pie. Only it's too good for that sort of ..."
2. Who's who on the Screen by Charles Donald Fox, Milton L. Silver (1920)
"harold lloyd harold lloyd, one of the screen's most popular figures was born in Nebraska, and educated in Omaha, Denver and San Diego. ..."
3. Report of the Annual Meeting (1836)
"Littledale, Harold. Lloyd, Rev. Earth., LL.D., Provost of Trinity College, Dublin. Lloyd, Rev. Humphrey, FTC, Professor of Natural and Experimental ..."