Definition of Sullivan, Sir Arthur in English:

Sullivan, Sir Arthur

Syllabification: Sul·li·van, Sir Arthur
Pronunciation: /ˈsələvən
 
/
( 1842–1900), English composer; full name Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan. He is best known for the 14 light operas that he wrote in collaboration with librettist W. S. Gilbert.

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