Keturah affirmed that the captain's stay had been a real pleasure.
Keturah, this is the young lady who made you all these nice clothes.
Believin the whale swallowed Jonah is nothin to what yere capable of takin on faith, ended Keturah, with infinite sarcasm.
What did Abraham mean by marrying Keturah after Sarah's death?
There was an imperative rap on the door: Keturah, where is my sister?
Miss Dawes was a boarder at his house, and he feared consequences should Keturah learn of his interference.
Poor souls, sniffed Keturah, nothin could satisfy ye, Deborah.
The name of Keturah their ancestress means "incense," and points to the incense-bearing lands of the south.
She could teach Keturah herself in the evening after her work was done.
Peace sighed and was thoughtfully silent a moment; then as the pause grew oppressive to her, she observed, "So Keturah's married."
incense, the wife of Abraham, whom he married probably after Sarah's death (Gen. 25:1-6), by whom he had six sons, whom he sent away into the east country. Her nationality is unknown. She is styled "Abraham's concubine" (1 Chr. 1:32). Through the offshoots of the Keturah line Abraham became the "father of many nations."