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Kermit

[kur-mit] /ˈkɜr mɪt/
noun
1.
a male given name.
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  • The personal attendants of Kermit and myself established a kind of "chief petty officers' mess" in the caravan.

  • I was very much interested in Kermit's and Ethel's letters to-day.

    Letters to His Children Theodore Roosevelt
  • Kermit was hastily despatched to notify our camp and the work of preparing the skins of the elephants was at once begun.

    In Africa John T. McCutcheon
  • Not only his own boys, but mine, really cared more for Kermit than they did for me.

  • Kermit said: "Well, I think that was very foolish of Joseph."

    Letters to His Children Theodore Roosevelt

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