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[kad-wol-uh-der] /kædˈwɒl ə dər/
a male given name. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • But Kidd was making mental notes, and Cadwallader Hunter strove to retain his reputation as a valued cousin.

  • Calderon has not deemed it incumbent upon him to demand a card from Cadwallader.

  • Cadwallader has caught sight of his rival—the suitor of Iñez Alvarez!

  • Both are armed; Crozier has his sword, Cadwallader his dirk.

  • General Cadwallader is known to be on his way from Perote, and will probably reach Puebla with his command to-day or to-morrow.

  • Cadwallader brings his pistol to bear on them, his finger upon the trigger.

  • The clattering of hoofs behind first warns Cadwallader, who is nearest to the noise.

  • “See,” cries Cadwallader, interrupting the despairing speech.

  • He was almost inclined to laugh at the insolence of Cadwallader Hunter, as a lion might laugh at a fox terrier worrying his foot.

  • The red dragon was the ensign of Cadwallader, the last of the British kings.

    Myth-Land F. Edward Hulme

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