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Fenton

/ˈfɛntən/
noun
1.
James (Martin). born 1949, British poet, journalist, and critic. His poetry includes the collections A German Requiem (1980) and Out of Danger (1993)
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  • You can't have any wine, fenton; we don't drink wine any more in this house.

    Pine Needles Susan Bogert Warner
  • Master fenton, talk not to me; my mind is heavy: I will give over all.

    The Merry Wives of Windsor William Shakespeare
  • fenton tells me he has dreamed again of the red-faced man with the purple moustache.

    It Happened in Egypt C. N. Williamson
  • You don't seem so mighty glad to get a helping hand, fenton?

    Fred Fenton on the Track Allen Chapman
  • And from fenton's own words, it was a thing he had been expecting.

    Ashton-Kirk, Criminologist John T. McIntyre
  • Early in the morning Gilbert, accompanied by fenton, pulled on board the Rainbow.

    The Settlers William H. G. Kingston
  • "By you, I suppose," said fenton, who had walked into the room followed by Saxton.

    The Main Chance Meredith Nicholson
  • “She must have gone round to the other side,” observed fenton; and they crawled on further.

    The Settlers William H. G. Kingston
  • Mrs. fenton writes to me as one dying, and desires I would think of her son: I have not answered her letter.

    The Journal to Stella Jonathan Swift
  • Gilbert and fenton followed in the march, one behind the other.

    The Settlers William H. G. Kingston

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