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Waterville

[waw-ter-vil, wot-er-] /ˈwɔ tərˌvɪl, ˈwɒt ər-/
noun
1.
a city in SW Maine.
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  • Other clubs were formed in this administration at Saco, Waterville and Hampden.

  • He came from Waterville, O., where his folks are now living.

  • They inspected his father's estates from Waterville to Derrynane Beg.

  • Waterville was still in the stage of surprise; he suddenly expressed this emotion.

    Lady Barbarina Henry James
  • Waterville also wondered what he knew about the lady in the box.

    Lady Barbarina Henry James
  • “Oh on the back piazza,” said Waterville, putting things together.

    Lady Barbarina Henry James
  • He left them, and Waterville wandered through the gardens with Mrs. Headway.

    Lady Barbarina Henry James
  • Waterville—it was very strange—was positively scandalised at this success.

    Lady Barbarina Henry James
  • This, however, blushing still more, Waterville indignantly denied.

    Lady Barbarina Henry James

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