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Pinckney

(ˈpɪŋknɪ)
n
1. (Biography) Charles. 1757–1824, US statesman, who was a leading member of the convention that framed the US Constitution (1787)
2. (Biography) his cousin, Charles Cotesworth. 1746–1825, US soldier, statesman, and diplomat, who also served at the Constitutional Convention
3. (Biography) his brother, Thomas. 1750–1828, US soldier and politician. He was US minister to Britain (1792–96) and special envoy to Spain (1795–96)

Pinck•ney

(ˈpɪŋk ni)

n.
Charles Cotesworth, 1746–1825, and his brother Thomas, 1750–1825, U.S. patriots and statesmen.
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