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Meynell

[men-l] /ˈmɛn l/
noun
1.
Alice Christiana (Thompson) 1850–1922, English poet and essayist.
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  • Meynell, Ta-ou-renche, and Atàwa, formed one of these groups.

  • A solicitor, of the firm of Pemberton, Meynell, and Pemberton.

  • I consulted Mr. Meynell as to its suppression, but he said 'Leave it in.'

  • That Mrs. Meynell is not like them you may judge from 'Her Portrait.'

  • Mr. Meynell explains why he returned without seeking the degree.

    Essays in Rationalism Charles Robert Newman
  • Bella, my dear, I must introduce you to an old friend of mine: Meynell, my wife.

    If Only etc. Francis Clement Philips and Augustus Harris
  • "Saves the trouble of ringing for the servant," she said archly to Meynell.

    If Only etc. Francis Clement Philips and Augustus Harris
  • "I have given you a very enjoyable evening, Meynell," he said bitterly.

    If Only etc. Francis Clement Philips and Augustus Harris
  • Meynell could no longer be blind to the want of ease in his host's manner, and in his turn became proportionately uncomfortable.

    If Only etc. Francis Clement Philips and Augustus Harris
  • "My sister, Mr. Meynell," she said, seeing that the doctor was looking straight over Saidie's head.

    If Only etc. Francis Clement Philips and Augustus Harris

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