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Newbolt

[noo-bohlt, nyoo-] /ˈnu boʊlt, ˈnyu-/
noun
1.
Sir Henry John, 1862–1938, English poet, novelist, naval historian, and critic.
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  • I shall be at 30 Newbolt Square between eight and nine to-night.

  • We will ask Newbolt to accompany Mrs. Lovel to her room and to attend on her.

  • Here she was met not by the cook, but by Mrs. Newbolt, the ladys-maid.

  • Ill wait here, and you wont be long, will you, dear Newbolt?

  • Johnny, at the telephone, was telling Mrs. Newbolt's doctor to hurry!

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  • Of course we don't know what the result will be, Mrs. Newbolt.

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  • She "looks like death," Mrs. Newbolt told Edith the next morning.

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  • She found the letter in Eleanor's desk, and went back to Mrs. Newbolt's.

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  • "You are forehanded," said Mrs. Newbolt, and was silent for almost a minute.

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  • The best place for a tired little boy to rest is in his bed, not on it, said Newbolt.

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