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Ingleborough

/ˈɪŋɡəlbərə; -brə/
noun
1.
a mountain in N England, in North Yorkshire: potholes. Height: 723 m (2373 ft)
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  • “I think that will be the best plan,” said ingleborough, after a long pause.

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  • “Well, you might say something,” continued ingleborough, in an ill-used tone.

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  • It was as near an imitation as the utterer could give, and ingleborough laughed.

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  • He had just arrived at this conclusion when ingleborough found him.

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  • “As they generally do when there is fair play,” replied ingleborough quietly.

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  • “Here, we must ease up and let me bandage it,” said ingleborough.

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  • “Never mind what I would have done,” cried ingleborough angrily.

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  • Yes,” sighed ingleborough again; “but someone said—hang me if I know who!

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  • “Looking as innocent as old Anson, only not so white,” whispered ingleborough.

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  • ingleborough turned upon him sharply, and looked him through and through.

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