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Waters, Ethel

Syllabification: Wa·ters, Ethel
Pronunciation: /ˈwôtərz, ˈwä-/

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Definition of Waters, Ethel in English:

( 1896–1977), US singer and actress. A blues and jazz singer, she made songs such as “Dinah” (1925) and “Stormy Weather” (1933) popular. She acted on Broadway in Cabin in the Sky (1940) and The Member of the Wedding (1950) and in movies such as Pinky (1949).

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