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Woodhull

[woo d-huhl] /ˈwʊdˌhʌl/
noun
1.
Victoria Claflin
[klaf-lin] /ˈklæf lɪn/ (Show IPA),
1838–1927, U.S. social reformer, newspaper publisher, and women's-rights advocate.
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  • For that week the Woodhull would clash with the Kennedy for the championship of the houses.

    The Varmint Owen Johnson
  • So the pair were a very fair foil to each other and a match for Miss Woodhull.

    A Dixie School Girl Gabrielle E. Jackson
  • Why should Miss Woodhull think a runaway horse had run all that distance?

    A Dixie School Girl Gabrielle E. Jackson
  • As she was returning from her fruitless search she encountered Miss Woodhull.

    A Dixie School Girl Gabrielle E. Jackson
  • The tone in which she echoed it ought to have enlightened Miss Woodhull.

    A Dixie School Girl Gabrielle E. Jackson
  • Then the Woodhull tied the score on two bases on balls, and his own two-bagger.

    The Eternal Boy Owen Johnson

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