Definition of Bierce, Ambrose in English:

Bierce, Ambrose

Syllabification: Bierce, Ambrose
Pronunciation: /bi(ə)rs
( 1842-circa 1914), US writer, best known for his sardonic short stories that include "An Occurrence at Owk Creek Bridge" (1891) and his satirical treatment of the English language in The Devil’s Dictionary (1911); full name Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce. In 1913, he traveled to Mexico and mysteriously disappeared.

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