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Darrow

[dar-oh] /ˈdær oʊ/
noun
1.
Clarence (Seward) 1857–1938, U.S. lawyer, lecturer, and author.
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  • There was a pause; then Darrow took the tumbler and stirred the contents.

    A Young Man in a Hurry Robert W. Chambers
  • Darrow stared into the tumbler, tasted the medicine, and frowned.

    A Young Man in a Hurry Robert W. Chambers
  • “I meant for myself,” said Darrow, deliberately, looking her full in the face.

    A Young Man in a Hurry Robert W. Chambers
  • And yet, until that moment, she had believed Darrow to be her slave.

    A Young Man in a Hurry Robert W. Chambers
  • Darrow, as he observed her, again felt a detached enjoyment in her pleasure.

    The Reef Edith Wharton

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