Definition of Dulles, John Foster in English:

Dulles, John Foster

proper noun

  • (1888–1959), US statesman and international lawyer. He was the US adviser at the founding of the United Nations in 1945. As secretary of state at the height of the Cold War 1953–59, he urged the stockpiling of nuclear arms to deter Soviet aggression.

Pronunciation:

Dulles, John Foster

/ˈdələs/