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Tom Sawyer

noun
1.
(The Adventures of Tom Sawyer)a novel (1876) by Mark Twain.
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  • He is almost as much a delight to any one who has been a boy as was Tom Sawyer.

    Americanisms and Briticisms Brander Matthews
  • Nobody believed in Tom Sawyer as a real person but us—we did.

    Mitch Miller Edgar Lee Masters
  • True lovers of adventure may revel in the masterly narrative of 'Tom Sawyer'.

    Mark Twain Archibald Henderson
  • Then Mitch switched and began to talk about Tom Sawyer again.

    Mitch Miller Edgar Lee Masters
  • And don't you know that there is and never was such a boy as Tom Sawyer?

    Mitch Miller Edgar Lee Masters
  • Any one could see it; and so Tom Sawyer was a real person, and it was proved.

    Mitch Miller Edgar Lee Masters

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