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Aylward

/ˈeɪlwəd/
noun
1.
Gladys. 1903–70, English missionary in China
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  • "You are the surer, Watkin," said aylward, standing by them with shaft upon string.

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  • "Lie low, mes enfants," cried aylward, motioning with his left hand.

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  • "Keep them in play, aylward, with ten of your men," the knight continued.

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  • "You have but changed from one white company to the other," quoth aylward.

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  • "I will after him," said aylward, flinging himself into the saddle.

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  • "But, aylward, think of the men whom I saw yesternight," said Alleyne.

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  • aylward, Johnston, let your men form a harrow on either side of the ridge.

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  • "You were always a cur and a traitor, Mark Shaw," cried aylward.

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  • It is a game which friend aylward hath been a-teaching of me.

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  • "So ends our quarrel, then," said aylward, sheathing his sword.

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