Definition of Gilmer
1. Noun. United States journalist who wrote a syndicated column of advice to the lovelorn (1870-1951).
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Literary usage of Gilmer
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1. Men of Mark in Georgia: A Complete and Elaborate History of the State from by William J. Northen (1910)
"His greatgrandfather, Dr. George gilmer, came direct from Scotland and ... His father, Thomas M. gilmer, and his mother moved from Virginia to Wilkes ..."
2. American Progress, Or, The Great Events of the Greatest Century: Including by Richard Miller Devens (1883)
"He had taken his stand by the side of his colleague in office, Secretary gilmer, but some remarks falling from the lips of the latter, and perceiving that ..."
3. A History of Georgia for Use in Schools by Lawton Bryan Evans (1908)
"The Clark party supported gilmer, who won by a large majority. ... After the inauguration of gilmer, the legislature elected John Forsyth to ..."