Definition of Parker, Dorothy in English:

Parker, Dorothy

Syllabification: Par·ker, Dorothy
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈpärkər/
( 1893–1967), US humorist, literary critic, and writer; full name Dorothy Rothschild Parker. From 1927, she wrote book reviews and short stories for The New Yorker magazine, becoming one of its legendary wits.

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