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Synonyms for Williams

United States country singer and songwriter (1923-1953)

English philosopher credited with reviving the field of moral philosophy (1929-2003)

United States poet (1883-1963)

United States baseball player noted as a hitter (1918-2002)

English clergyman and colonist who was expelled from Massachusetts for criticizing Puritanism

United States playwright (1911-1983)

References in classic literature ?
James Williams, you would have guessed, was about twenty-four.
James Williams sat a girl in a loose tan jacket and a straw hat adorned with grapes and roses.
Wash Williams did not associate with the men of the town in which he lived.
In all of Winesburg there was but one person who knew the story of the thing that had made ugly the person and the character of Wash Williams.
Why, that little sneak, Arthur's," replied Williams.
exclaimed Williams, looking at Tom with great surprise for a moment, and then giving him a sudden dig in the ribs with his elbow, which sent Tom's books flying on to the floor, and called the attention of the master, who turned suddenly round, and seeing the state of things, said, -
However, the wilderness was wide enough; so Roger Williams took his staff and travelled into the forest and made treaties with the Indians, and began a plantation which he called Providence.
Yes, Charley," replied Grandfather; "but when Roger Williams travelled thither, over hills and valleys, and through the tangled woods, and across swamps and streams, it was a journey of several days.
As soon as she saw William she ran into the middle of Pall Mall, regardless of hansoms (many of which seemed to pass over her), nodded her head significantly three times and then disappeared (probably on a stretcher).
So William, whom I had favoured in so many ways, was a married man.
The search was made, and it ended--in William Dane's finding the well-known bag, empty, tucked behind the chest of drawers in Silas's chamber
Now I may say that even I could not require William Price to excite a greater interest, or be followed by warmer wishes and higher commendation, than were most voluntarily bestowed by my uncle after the evening they had passed together.
William rose also, and stood in front of the fire, muttering, "Oysters, oysters--your basket of oysters
But we retained our rifles, every man--Ramon Gallegos, William Shaw, George W.
Some surprise had been expressed that a person of Colonel Joliffe's known Whig principles, though now too old to take an active part in the contest, should have remained in Boston during the siege, and especially that he should consent to show himself in the mansion of Sir William Howe.