Definition of Ethel barrymore
1. Noun. United States actress; daughter of Maurice Barrymore and Georgiana Barrymore (1879-1959).
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Literary usage of Ethel barrymore
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Some Stories by Famous Men by Brand Whitlock (1915)
"ethel barrymore is fond of telling this story of her father: The late Maurice Barrymore was the idol of the " Lambs " during his lifetime, and even now the ..."
2. Shouts and Murmurs: Echoes of a Thousand and One First Nights by Alexander Woollcott (1922)
"She was like ethel barrymore in respect to her grandmother. ... As ethel barrymore is the granddaughter of the famous Mrs. John Drew, so Margalo Gillmore is ..."
3. Heroines of the Modern Stage by Forrest Izard (1915)
"But when Mrs. Fiske and Maude Adams shall have followed Julia Marlowe into retirement, there still will be, even if ethel barrymore and Margaret Anglin ..."
4. Little Visits with Great Americans: Or, Success Ideals and how to Attain Them by Orison Swett Marden (1904)
"ethel barrymore. ethel barrymore, one of the youngest stars in the theatrical profession, was born in Philadelphia in 1880. She comes of a professional ..."