Definition of Willard, Emma in English:

Willard, Emma

Line breaks: Emma Wil|lard
Pronunciation: /ˈwɪlɑːd
 
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( 1787–1870), American educational reformer. She founded a boarding school in Vermont (1814) to teach subjects not then available to women, such as mathematics and philosophy.

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