Definition of Raymond chandler
1. Noun. United States writer of detective thrillers featuring the character of Philip Marlowe (1888-1959).
Lexicographical Neighbors of Raymond Chandler
Literary usage of Raymond chandler
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hollywood & the Best of Los Angeles Alive! by Robert White, Phyllis White (2002)
"Author raymond chandler called it the Cahuenga Building in his books set in a noir ... That's why this intersection is named raymond chandler Square. ..."
2. Reminiscences of Worcester from the Earliest Period, Historical and by Caleb Arnold Wall (1877)
"Of tho ten children of Judge John and Mary (Raymond) Chandler, tho first four were born in New London, and the last six in Woodstock, as follows: 1st, John, ..."
3. Road Trip USA: Cross-Country Adventures on America's Two-Lane Highways by Jamie Jensen (2006)
"... a 1930s-looking bar that could be used as a set for some raymond chandler underworld adventure. Legend has it that Marilyn Monroe got drunk here, ..."
4. Granite State Magazine edited by George Waldo Browne (1906)
"... was the John Chandler, son of John and Mary (Raymond) Chandler, born October 18, 1693, and who lived in Worcester, Mass., after about 1730. ..."
5. The Urban Condition: Space, Community, and Self in the Contemporary Metropolis by Ghent Urban Studies Team (1999)
"Rawlins knows, 1 raymond chandler, The Big Sleep (1939; reprint, London: Penguin Books, 1948), 9. 2 Walter Mosley, Devil in a Blue Dress (1990). ..."