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Vidal   /vaɪdˈæl/   Listen
Vidal

noun
1.
United States writer (born in 1925).  Synonyms: Eugene Luther Vidal, Gore Vidal.






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"Vidal" Quotes from Famous Books



... intellectual giant of whom I had heard a hundred times. Tommy had, at college, so Mr. Sims had often assured me, the brightest mind known since the age of Pericles. He took the prize in Latin poetry absolutely "without opening a book." Latin to Tommy Vidal had been, by a kind of natural gift, born in him. In Latin he was "a whale." Indeed in everything. He had passed his graduation examination with first class honours; "plastered." He had to be held in his seat, so it ...
— The Hohenzollerns in America - With the Bolsheviks in Berlin and other impossibilities • Stephen Leacock



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