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Medfield

[med-feeld] /ˈmɛdˌfild/
noun
1.
a city in E Massachusetts.
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  • The next day the Indians returned from the destruction of Medfield.

    King Philip

    John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott
  • In Medfield there was a so-called Bachelor's Row, which had been thus assigned.

  • Medfield, leaning back in his chair, smiled at her whimsically.

    Aunt Jane Jennette Lee
  • "I should like to see Mrs. Holbrook," said Medfield politely.

    Aunt Jane Jennette Lee
  • Medfield glanced from one to the other, a little bewildered and touched.

    Aunt Jane Jennette Lee
  • "You better go out and preach that doctrine to the world," said Medfield laughing.

    Aunt Jane Jennette Lee
  • She spoke the name with authority and a look of vexation crossed Medfield's face.

    Aunt Jane Jennette Lee
  • And while he gazed at this Medfield abstraction, Dr. Carmon's hands were busy.

    Aunt Jane Jennette Lee
  • "I met Mr. Medfield when he came—yesterday," said Aunt Jane safely.

    Aunt Jane Jennette Lee
  • She might take them up to Mr. Medfield now, before dinner—There would be time.

    Aunt Jane Jennette Lee

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