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Cuthbert

[kuhth-bert] /ˈkʌθ bərt/
noun
1.
Saint, a.d. c635–687, English monk and bishop.
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  • "I am going to give you a treat, Mr. Cuthbert," she said laughingly.

    We Two Edna Lyall
  • In the meantime, Lady Caroline was apologizing to Mr. Cuthbert.

    We Two Edna Lyall
  • "Lady Caroline and Mr. Cuthbert will little dream of the harm they have done," said Donovan.

    We Two Edna Lyall
  • They must not fall into the power of these red devils—or of Cuthbert Mackenzie.

    The Cryptogram William Murray Graydon
  • Cuthbert said, without any very great interest in his voice.

    A Girl of the Commune George Alfred Henty
  • "That is bad, indeed," Cuthbert said, thoroughly interested now.

    A Girl of the Commune George Alfred Henty
  • "I am not quite sure that I do not think so already," Cuthbert replied.

    A Girl of the Commune George Alfred Henty
  • "I hope not," Cuthbert said, more seriously than he generally spoke.

    A Girl of the Commune George Alfred Henty
  • Cuthbert stood watching her till she had disappeared in the crowd.

    A Girl of the Commune George Alfred Henty
  • I don't know how it is that we always see things so differently, Cuthbert.

    A Girl of the Commune George Alfred Henty
British Dictionary definitions for Cuthbert

Cuthbert

/ˈkʌθbət/
noun
1.
Saint. ?635–87 ad, English monk; bishop of Lindisfarne. Feast day: March 20
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