Definition of Vinson, Frederick Moore in US English:

Vinson, Frederick Moore

proper noun

  • (1890–1953), US chief justice 1946–53. Before being appointed to the chief justiceship by President Truman, he had been a member of the US House of Representatives 1924–29 and 1931–38, had held several federal positions during World War II, and had served in the president's cabinet as secretary of the Treasury 1945–46.

Pronunciation

Vinson, Frederick Moore

/ˈvinsən/