Definition of Addams, Charles in English:

Addams, Charles

Syllabification: Ad·dams, Charles
Pronunciation: /ˈadəmz
 
/
( 1912–88), US cartoonist, noted for his macabre characters, which were brought to life in the television series The Addams Family (1964–66), which was the basis for two movies in the 1990s; full name Charles Samuel Addams. His cartoons appeared in The New Yorker magazine from 1935.

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