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Wil·lard

 (wĭl′ərd), Emma Hart 1787-1870.
American educator who was an early proponent of higher education for women.

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Frances Willard

Willard

, Frances Elizabeth Caroline 1839-1898.
American reformer. An ardent advocate of temperance and women's suffrage, she was the national president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union (1879-1898).

Wil•lard

(ˈwɪl ərd)

n.
1. Emma (Hart), 1787–1870, U.S. educator and poet.
2. Frances Elizabeth Caroline, 1839–98, U.S. educator, reformer, and author.
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Noun1.Willard - United States advocate of temperance and women's suffrage (1839-1898)Willard - United States advocate of temperance and women's suffrage (1839-1898)
2.Willard - United States educator who was an early campaigner for higher education for women (1787-1870)Willard - United States educator who was an early campaigner for higher education for women (1787-1870)
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