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Ellery

[el-uh-ree] /ˈɛl ə ri/
noun
1.
a male given name.
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  • Mr. Ellery gazed blankly at her through the rain-streaked dark.

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  • "I—I'm afraid I was too hasty," observed Mr. Ellery thoughtfully.

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  • Lavinia did seven eighths of the talking and Ellery the rest.

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  • As I told you before, Mr. Ellery, I'm not ashamed of my uncle.

    Keziah Coffin Joseph C. Lincoln
  • The gloom and mystery were having their effect, even on Mr. Ellery's nerves.

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  • "I'm awful sorry, Mr. Ellery," gushed Lavinia, removing the bonnet.

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  • Within was another addressed, in Grace's handwriting, to Mr. Ellery.

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  • S'pose I'll ever get this house fit for Mr. Ellery to live in before he comes?

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  • "Don't let it worry you, Mr. Ellery," observed Keziah calmly.

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  • Do you remember the beautiful marbles in the palaces at Florence, Mr. Ellery?

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