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Villiers

[vil-erz, vil-yerz] /ˈvɪl ərz, ˈvɪl yərz/
noun
1.
Frederic, 1852–1922, English artist and war correspondent.
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  • Villiers Wyckliffe, a young man of about 28 years of age, rose slowly.

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  • All you know about Villiers Wyckliffe, and this power he is said to possess.

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  • She told me that her husband was at Warsaw, and that he was living with Villiers.

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  • And where she was most needed young Mrs. Villiers was always ready to go.

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  • "I see that Mrs. White knows your hymn, Christie," said Mrs. Villiers.

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  • That was the name by which Villiers affected to like both of them to call him.

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  • He had long been a friend, and still followed the fortunes, of Villiers.

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  • In a year, Villiers, I was a ruined man, in body and soul—in body and soul.'

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  • You may think, Villiers, that I have exaggerated and talked for effect; but I have not told you half.

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  • Villiers took the unfortunate man to his rooms, and gave him a meal.

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British Dictionary definitions for Villiers

Villiers

/ˈvɪləz; ˈvɪljəz/
noun
1.
George. See (Dukes of) Buckingham
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