macarthur : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n United States general who served as chief of staff and commanded Allied forces in the South Pacific during World War II; he accepted the surrender of Japan (1880-1964)
- Charlie Manuel in ESPN
I'll tell you something -- we will be back,said Manuel. "As MacArthur said, I guess, we will be back."
- Art Davis in Washington Post
The answer was, 'Well, he's colored,' and there was silence,Davis recalled in a 2002 article in Double Bassist magazine. "Finally MacArthur burst out, 'If you don't want him, then you don't want me.' So they quickly got together and...
- Barack Obama in FrontPage Magazine
I'm always worried about using the word 'victory,' because, you know, it invokes this notion of Emperor Hirohito coming down and signing a surrender to MacArthur,Obama told FOX News in an interview last summer.