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Simonson

[sahy-muh n-suh n] /ˈsaɪ mən sən/
noun
1.
Lee, 1888–1967, U.S. set designer.
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  • "Almost," Simonson answered, giving her a strange look, which struck Nekhludoff.

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  • His inner life was of a nature directly opposite to that of Simonson's.

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  • "What I want to speak to you about is this," Simonson began, when they had come out into the passage.

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  • Nekhludoff made a face, but Simonson did not seem to take any notice.

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  • "—And so I made up my mind to ask her to be my wife," Simonson continued.

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  • Nekhludoff was surprised to hear the trembling in Simonson's voice.

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