Definition of Paul Newman
1. Noun. United States film actor (born in 1925).
Generic synonyms: Actor, Histrion, Player, Role Player, Thespian
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Literary usage of Paul Newman
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1. Becoming a Literacy Leader: Supporting Learning and Changeby Jennifer Allen by Jennifer Allen (2006)
"My shallow side emerged, and I became intrigued (okay, obsessed) with the filming of the movie and catching glimpses of Paul Newman. ..."
2. Leavening the Levant by Joseph K. Greene (1916)
"So I baptized him with the name '' Paul Newman. ... Paul Newman is the answer. Thanks to God that there are not a few such Turks, and by the grace of God ..."
3. Danger Quicksand by David S. St Lawrence (2005)
"Learn from Paul Newman Paul Newman and AE Hotchner wrote a book that aligns with everything I have ever written in the category of doing what you love. ..."
4. Marilyn And Friends by Charles-Henri Favrod (2005)
"The portraits of Marilyn continued, although many never appeared publicly, side by side with photographs of actors such as Paul Newman and Sidney Poitier, ..."
5. History of Political Conventions in California: 1849-1892 by Winfield J. Davis (1893)
"On August 29th, the republican state central committee nominated Paul Newman for harbor commissioner from the state at large; and on the same day, ..."