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Word of the Day: Callow

“In her letters, Higgison had noticed, she no longer signed her name on a card slipped inside the envelope…. Largely gone, too, were the callow signatures of ‘Your Gnome’ and ‘Your Scholar.’ Now she signed her name with a single word: ‘Dickinson.’ That is who she had become.” — Martha Ackmann, The Atlantic, 23 June 2020

“As [Christopher Plummer] made a name for himself … he found work on tours with the last of the great actress-managers and divas…. He played callow youth to their imperious grandeur….” — Helen Shaw, Vulture, 19 Feb. 2021


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