Definition of West, Dame Rebecca in English:

West, Dame Rebecca

proper noun

  • (1892–1983), British writer and feminist, born in Ireland; born Cicily Isabel Fairfield. She is best remembered for "The Meaning of Treason" (1949), a study of the Nuremberg trials. Other notable works: "Black Lamb and Grey Falcon"(1942) and "The Fountain Overflows" (1957)

Pronunciation:

West, Dame Rebecca

/wɛst/