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Keeley

[kee-lee] /ˈki li/
noun
1.
Leslie Enraught
[en-rawt] /ˈɛn rɔt/ (Show IPA),
1834–1900, U.S. physician.
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  • "That's right," said Mrs. Keeley, resting for a moment in a chair near them.

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  • But Mrs. Keeley had ideas about women who worked, and meant to air them.

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  • "But they are getting it every day," cried Mrs. Keeley, waxing enthusiastic.

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  • If I'm not very much mistaken, Wilton is often the guest of Mrs. Keeley, is he not?

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  • The Honourable Mrs. Keeley returned to her circulars with a sigh.

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  • Keeley Moore, too, looked amazed at the way things were going.

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  • Keeley,” I said, thinking he had forgotten to land, “where are you going?

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  • “You seem to know the secrets of their hearts, March,” Keeley said.

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  • Keeley, however, seemed ready to meet Ames on his own ground.

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  • “There are two kinds of fictional detectives, my dear girl,” Keeley told her.

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