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Beattie

[bee-tee] /ˈbi ti/
noun
1.
James, 1735–1803, Scottish poet.
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  • "I prefer Beattie's Hermit to all other hermits," said Leonora.

  • She promised Doctor Beattie to send him the history of a day.

  • Beattie always quitted Gordon Castle "with sighs and tears."

  • Doctor Beattie describes him as "the best and most beautiful boy that ever was born."

  • Johnson was now in good health, and was eager 'to see Beattie's College.'

    James Boswell William Keith Leask
  • Madame Beattie seemed not to suspect the possibility of rebuff.

    The Prisoner Alice Brown
  • Madame Beattie took off her hat and stabbed the pin through it.

    The Prisoner Alice Brown
  • If it isn't my business, it's Madame Beattie's, and I'll ask her to do it.

    The Prisoner Alice Brown
  • Madame Beattie broke out, a shrill staccato, into something like anger.

    The Prisoner Alice Brown

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