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Idlewild

[ahyd-l-wahyld] /ˈaɪd lˌwaɪld/
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  • It takes roughly three and a half hours to get to Gander from Idlewild.

    Unborn Tomorrow Dallas McCord Reynolds
  • From Idlewild, I came directly to the office rather than going to my apartment.

    Unborn Tomorrow Dallas McCord Reynolds
  • He slept at Idlewild that night, and the next night, and for many nights.

  • The "Idlewild" of to-day is still green to the memory of the poet.

    The Hudson Wallace Bruce
  • His real name is Idlewild, an' he's a perfessional race hoss.

    Ted Strong's Motor Car Edward C. Taylor
  • That magpie hoss is a good one, whether his name is Magpie or Idlewild.

    Ted Strong's Motor Car Edward C. Taylor
  • They give the name of Idlewild to the romantic sylvan retreat, reached by a winding path, diverging near the hotel, on the left.

  • I'm sure that piece of the one you made that we had for lunch in Idlewild two weeks ago was perfectly elegant.

    Anne Of Green Gables Lucy Maud Montgomery
  • "And now about my visit to Idlewild," said Aunt Fanny, when they were once more quiet.

    The Fairy Nightcaps Frances Elizabeth Barrow

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