Definition of Adams, Alice in English:

Adams, Alice

Syllabification: Ad·ams, Alice
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈadəmz/
( 1926–99), US writer and editor. She wrote about women’s lives in her novels Families and Survivors (1975), Superior Women (1984), and A Southern Exposure (1995), among others, and in short stories that are collected in such works as To See You Again (1982).

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