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Blythe

or Blithe

[blahyth, blahyth] /blaɪð, blaɪθ/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • As the waiter would have refilled the glasses, Blythe stopped him.

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  • A moment later Percival remembered his last words, also his reference to Blythe.

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  • He had been one of the few as sanguine as Percival—and Blythe's manner now reassured him.

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  • Miss Blythe tightened her lips and regarded him with an uncompromising air.

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  • "That should be enough for a man, Miss Blythe," said Ezra, mildly.

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  • "So it is, Miss Blythe—so it is," Mrs. Sennacherib assented, hastily.

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  • Miss Blythe arose languidly and gave him the promised sixpence.

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  • There he turned to the left, and went straight on to Miss Blythe's cottage.

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  • Might we not talk of it without being frivolous, Miss Blythe?

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