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Fosdick

[foz-dik] /ˈfɒz dɪk/
noun
1.
Harry Emerson, 1878–1969, U.S. preacher and author.
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  • Miss Fosdick was quieter, but she, too, appeared to be enjoying herself.

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  • Mrs. Fosdick, the ever watchful, had seen and made inquiries.

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  • Miss Fosdick was obliged to be cautious in her correspondence with her lover.

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  • The second letter was, as he had surmised, from Mrs. Fosdick.

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  • To his astonishment the Fosdick countenance was not as his imagination had pictured it.

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  • Fosdick also smiled momentarily as he caught the expression of the youth's face.

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  • Mrs. Fosdick began to receive condolences on her daughter's account and on her own.

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  • It came in the form of another letter from Madeline and one from Mrs. Fosdick.

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  • So Mrs. Fosdick's welcome was whole-handed if not whole-hearted.

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  • The only member of the Fosdick household who did not regard the guest with favor was Googoo.

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