Conway

[kon-wey]
noun
  1. Thomas,1735–1800?, Irish soldier of fortune in America and India.
  2. a city in central Arkansas.
  3. a town in E South Carolina.
  4. a male given name.
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  • It is better still in the letter from Walpole to General Conway in chap.

  • With the change in her dress a change had come over Miss Conway's voice.

  • The aunt warned me; that Conway woman warned me; the Jasmine Lady warned me.

  • He's just been killed in action over there, so Conway says in this dispatch.

    The Portygee

    Joseph Crosby Lincoln

  • Conway called to his aid all the ring-generalship of which he was capable in that opening round.