Definition of Greeley, Horace in English:

Greeley, Horace

Syllabification: Gree·ley, Horace
Pronunciation: /ˈgrēlē
 
/
( 1811–72), US journalist and political leader. He founded the New York Tribune in 1841. An abolitionist and supporter of the Free Soil movement, he became known for his advice “Go West, young man.”.

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