Definition of Malamud

1. Noun. United States writer (1914-1986).

Exact synonyms: Bernard Malamud
Generic synonyms: Author, Writer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Malamud

Malacothamnus
Malacothamnus fasciculatus
Malacozoic
Malaga
Malagan
Malagans
Malagash
Malagashes
Malagasies
Malagasy
Malagasy Republic
Malaita
Malaitan
Malaitans
Malam
Malamud
Malawi
Malawi kwacha
Malawian
Malawian monetary unit
Malawians
Malaxis
Malaxis-unifolia
Malaxis ophioglossoides
Malay
Malay Archipelago
Malay Peninsula

Literary usage of Malamud

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1. Fifty Poems of Attar by Farid Al-Din Attar (2007)
"VIII, Leiden, EJ Brill, 1960-, p.. 18. Margaret malamud, 'Sufi Organizations and Structures of Authority in Medieval Nishapur', ..."

2. History of Monmouth County, New Jersy, 1664-1920 by Lewis Historical Publishing Co (1922)
"Mr. Sklar married Elizabeth malamud at Perth Amboy, New Jersey, ... Mrs. Sklar was born in Russia and is a daughter of Solomon and Tillie malamud. ..."

3. History of Monmouth County, New Jersy, 1664-1920 by Lewis Historical Publishing Co (1922)
"Mr. Sklar married Elizabeth malamud at Perth Amboy, New Jersey, ... Mrs. Sklar was born in Russia and is a daughter of Solomon and Tillie malamud. ..."

4. Architecture of Instruction and Delight: A Socio-historical Analysis of by Pieter van Wesemael (2001)
"7 The Internet 1996 World Exposition was an initiative by the American internet pioneer Carl malamud. In the conviction that the Internet could make ..."

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