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Higginson

[hig-in-suh n] /ˈhɪg ɪn sən/
noun
1.
Thomas Wentworth Storrow
[stor-oh] /ˈstɒr oʊ/ (Show IPA),
1823–1911, U.S. clergyman, author, and social reformer.
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  • The minister, Higginson, sent promptly in 1629 for glass for windows.

    Home Life in Colonial Days Alice Morse Earle
  • Some like Higginson, unwilling to let him die, wanted to rescue him, but Brown forbade it.

    Susan B. Anthony Alma Lutz
  • That will fetch that Captain Higginson and his high family along with him.

    The House of Pride Jack London
  • He received a reply from Mr. Secretary Higginson on the 15th of that month.

    The Story of My Life Egerton Ryerson
  • Colonel Higginson was able to supply some data, but not much.

    Penguin Persons & Peppermints Walter Prichard Eaton
  • "You have perhaps made a mistake, Mr. Higginson," said he, as he entered.

    Sheppard Lee, Vol. I (of 2) Robert Montgomery Bird
  • "I've studied the situation nearly five years myself," from Mrs. Higginson.

    Selina George Madden Martin
  • From Maud, "Of all people, even more than Mrs. Higginson, the right one!"

    Selina George Madden Martin
  • The hostess ran at Higginson, and fastened her fangs in his face.

    The Heroine

    Eaton Stannard Barrett
  • "You can get a dandy piece for a cent down at Higginson's," I observed.

    The Believing Years Edmund Lester Pearson

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