Fulbright definition by Webster's New World
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designating, of, or holding a scholarship or grant in a U.S. government program for the exchange of U.S. and foreign scholars, teachers, etc.
Origin: after J. W. Fulbright (1905-95), United States senator from Arkansas
a Fulbright scholarship, grant, or scholar
Fulbright definition by American Heritage Dictionary
, J(ames) William 1905-1995.
American politician who as U.S. senator from Arkansas (1945-1975) proposed the Fulbright Act (1946), which established an exchange program for American and foreign educators and students.