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Munsey

[muhn-see] /ˈmʌn si/
noun
1.
Frank Andrew, 1854–1925, U.S. publisher.
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  • With Mrs. Munsey there was neither hesitation nor difficulty.

    Tales of Mean Streets Arthur Morrison
  • Drapery it was, and quickly; for Mrs. Munsey was not wont to shilly-shally.

    Tales of Mean Streets Arthur Morrison
  • Mrs. Munsey grew more desperate than ever, sharp of feature, and aged.

    Tales of Mean Streets Arthur Morrison
  • The Munsey offices are up close to the roof in the Flatiron building.

    The Fiction Factory John Milton Edwards
  • He took them to the Munsey offices and offered them to Mr. Davis.

    Bambi Marjorie Benton Cooke
  • "By God, there must be somebody giving our battery away," said Munsey.

    S.O.S. Stand to! Reginald Grant
  • The turn of the tide did not come until Munsey paid $500 for the serial right in The Westerners.

    When Winter Comes to Main Street

    Grant Martin Overton
  • "She's surprised to find a football man who's got beyond Munsey's," thought Neale.

    Rough-Hewn Dorothy Canfield
  • He was continually bringing the family into disgrace, and Mrs. Munsey despaired aloud over him far into the night.

    Tales of Mean Streets Arthur Morrison
  • Mrs. Munsey grew more desperate, and drove Hedward to the rear of the house, with bitter revilings.

    Tales of Mean Streets Arthur Morrison

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