Definition of Cheever
1. Noun. United States writer of novels and short stories (1912-1982).
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Literary usage of Cheever
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1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fritz-Gilbert Waters (1879)
"Ezekiel cheever may have been at Cambridge, but if so, it is strange that Cotton ... As to the name of cheever in New England, a word may here be said. ..."
2. Trübner's Bibliographical Guide to American Literature: A Classed List of by Nikolaus Triibner (1859)
"cheever.—The Journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth in 1620. ... cheever.—The Hill Difficulty, and some Experiences of Life in the Plains of Ease. ..."
3. The Christian Examiner (1846)
"WE have placed the first of these works of Dr. cheever at the head of our article, ... Dr. cheever uses ideas and follows up associated images, ..."
4. Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and by William Richard Cutter (1908)
"The common ancestry of most cheever of those who are known to have borne the ... Bartholomew cheever, of Boston, cordwainer, in his will dated October 21, ..."
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 (1870)
"B. 12390 cheever. A short Introduction to the Latin Tongue: For the Use of the Lower Forms in the Latin Schools. Being the Accidence, Abridged and Compiled ..."
6. The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography: Being the History of the by James Terry White (1895)
"Judge cheever was always a member of the democratic party, an associate and ... On religious matters Judge cheever was of very liberal opinions and had ..."