“I warned you that he was coming,” Obadiah continued, impressively.
If Obadiah is shorter than three to one, he'll run for the purse alone.
"Neil is out there waiting for me in a small boat," he continued, pointing beyond Obadiah's to the lake.
And you say that letter was signed by a man named Obadiah Jones?
He made his request for a copy of the war record of Obadiah Strout, of the —th Mass.
Obadiah Coble shrugged up his shoulders, as he took an extra quid.
And he was sure that Obadiah's night visitor—the girl with the lilacs—was playing a vital part in it.
I said as how it would be,” said Obadiah Coble—“that dog is no dog, as sure as I sit here.
Obadiah turned towards the clock as if to place the blame for any misstatements of time upon that 315 instrument.
Obadiah at once produced his pocket-handkerchief and began to fold it.
masc. proper name, fourth of the Twelve Prophets of the Old Testament, from Hebrew Obhadyah, literally "servant of the Lord," from abhadh "he served, worshipped," related to Arabic 'abada "he served," 'abd "slave, worshipper."