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Macy

[mey-see] /ˈmeɪ si/
noun
1.
R(owland) H(ussey)
[roh-luh nd huhs-ee] /ˈroʊ lənd ˈhʌs i/ (Show IPA),
1823–77, U.S. retail merchant.
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  • Mrs. Macy says Mrs. Lupey is so wore out she can't talk of nothin' else.

  • I must provide an understudy for Mr. Macy, and others of the cast, also.

    Marjorie Dean Pauline Lester
  • "Well, they have begun it," said Macy, who was a native of New York.

    Daisy Elizabeth Wetherell
  • Quick as a flash Macy answered: "Some of them have and some of them haven't."

    Poems Arthur Macy
  • "Oh, don't think of moving, Mrs. Macy," returned Angelica kindly.

    The Builders Ellen Glasgow

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