Definition of Coolidge
1. Noun. Elected vice president and succeeded as 30th President of the United States when Harding died in 1923 (1872-1933).
Generic synonyms: Chief Executive, President, President Of The United States, United States President
Definition of Coolidge
1. Proper noun. (surname) ¹
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Literary usage of Coolidge
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1. Presidents of the United States of America by Frank Freidel (1998)
"Coolidge was "distinguished for character more than for heroic achievement ... Born in Plymouth, Vermont, on July 4, 1872, Coolidge was the son of a village ..."
2. A Selection of Cases on the Law of Torts by Roscoe Pound (1917)
"Each count alleges, in substance, that a proceeding for a divorce was pending in the courts of the State of Iowa, between Joseph S. Coolidge and Mary L. ..."
3. The Ontario Reports: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the Queen's by Ontario High Court of Justice (1900)
"Whereas by the last will and testament of the said Ira A. Coolidge, dated the 5th day of April, 1888, the said testator made certain devises and bequests to ..."
4. American State Trials: A Collection of the Important and Interesting by John Davison Lawson, Robert Lorenzo Howard (1915)
"Dr. Coolidge knew that Edward Mathews (who was a trader) had gone to a neighboring ... There were several private interviews between Mathews and Coolidge on ..."
5. A Dictionary of Books Relating to America, from Its Discovery to the Present by Joseph Sabin, Wilberforce Eames, Bibliographical Society of America, Robert William Glenroie Vail (1871)
"Coolidge. A Farewell Discourse, delivered to the Purchase Street Congregation, ... H. Coolidge. The Power of Christianity. A Discourse preached at the ..."
6. Vital Records of Waltham, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 by Waltham (Mass.), Waltham (Mass (1904)
"Polly, Mrs., of Watertown, and Ephraim Hammond, May 22, 1794. Zebediah Fisk of Stockbridge, and Mary Priest, Jan. 5, 1769.* COOLEDGE (see Coolidge ..."