Fowler, H.W. ( Henry Watson) (1858–1933) English lexicographer and grammarian. With his brother F. G. Fowler (1870–1918), he compiled the first Concise Oxford Dictionary (1911). Fowler is best known for his Dictionary of Modern English Usage (1926), which continues to be published.
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