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Wilcox

[wil-koks] /ˈwɪl kɒks/
noun
1.
Ella Wheeler, 1850–1919, U.S. poet.
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  • Mrs. Wilcox had been overtired by the shopping, and was inclined to hysteria.

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  • Mrs. Wilcox had desired her, when the funeral should be over, to forward the enclosed.

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  • Helen, I told you about poor Mrs. Wilcox; that sad business?

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  • Mr. Wilcox was a little apt to think one wanted to get something out of him.

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  • As she spoke their eyes met, and it was as if Mr. Wilcox's defences fell.

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  • "She is very young to undertake this sort of thing," said Mr. Wilcox.

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  • Now a note arrived from Miss Wilcox, asking her to lunch there.

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