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ingo

/ˈɪnɡəʊ/
noun
1.
(Scot) a reveal Also ingoing
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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  • How careful ingo was not to laugh at the absurdities of my syntax!

    Shandygaff

    Christopher Morley
  • ingo having made me free of his dearest book, it was only fair to reciprocate.

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    Christopher Morley
  • The time after supper was reserved for games, in which Wolfgang, ingo's smaller brother (aged seven), also took part.

    Shandygaff

    Christopher Morley
  • I don't know anything that has ever gone deeper in my memory than those hours spent with ingo.

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    Christopher Morley
  • By now he is approaching sixteen, and I pray that whatever the war may take away from me it will spare me my ingo.

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    Christopher Morley
  • There was never a jollier way of learning a foreign language than by playing games with ingo.

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    Christopher Morley
  • Generally I understood well enough, but it was such a delight to hear ingo strive to make the meaning plain.

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    Christopher Morley
  • ingo was a born gentleman and in his fiercest transports of glee never forgot his manners!

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    Christopher Morley

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