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Meigs

[megz] /mɛgz/
noun
1.
Fort. Fort Meigs.
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  • The following authors are cited as sceptics by Dr. Meigs: Dewees.

    Medical Essays Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
  • There was in the civility of Mr. Meigs no sign of an invitation.

    Their Pilgrimage Charles Dudley Warner
  • If I cannot win her here, he was saying to himself, the Meigs is in it.

    Their Pilgrimage Charles Dudley Warner
  • There was Mr. Meigs, apparently domiciled with the Benson family.

    Their Pilgrimage Charles Dudley Warner
  • "She's an actual wonder," Fred said, when the two had got back to Mrs. Meigs's, afterward.

    Ramsey Milholland Booth Tarkington
  • He had been told there was such a movement, and Meigs had informed him it was true.

    The Battle of Atlanta Grenville M. Dodge
  • "Mr. Meigs, I have given you your opportunity, and you have seemed to give me mine," he said coolly.

    The Grafters Francis Lynde
  • Then Meigs rose cat-like and laid his hand on the door-knob.

    The Grafters Francis Lynde
  • I have proof positive that he and Meigs and Hendricks drafted it.

    The Grafters Francis Lynde
  • Meigs, who served with Montgomery, pays this affecting tribute.

    The Bastonnais John Lesperance

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