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Denham

[den-uh m] /ˈdɛn əm/
noun
1.
Sir John, 1615–69, English poet and architect.
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  • There was an excellent story about, on the return of Denham and Clapperton.

    Vivian Grey Earl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli
  • He came up to the counsel for the accused and handed a card to Mr. Denham.

    Victor's Triumph Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
  • I found my friend Denham, and opened the whole affair to him.

  • You know that big gate, about a mile this side of Mr. Denham's?

    Short Story Writing Charles Raymond Barrett
  • No one saw them, or rather her, for I asked only after Miss Denham.

    A Coin of Edward VII

    Fergus Hume
  • Then I returned to this room, and found Miss Denham waiting by the desk.

    A Coin of Edward VII

    Fergus Hume
  • And you doubtless wish to avenge her death by finding Miss Denham?

    A Coin of Edward VII

    Fergus Hume
  • Also, he said that his wish in seeing the Princess was to ask for the whereabouts of Miss Denham.

    A Coin of Edward VII

    Fergus Hume
  • "One would take you for Miss Denham's sister," he said when seated.

    A Coin of Edward VII

    Fergus Hume

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