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How to use EDES in a sentence
Mrs. Wilbur Edes, although small, was masterly in everything, from waving a pompadour to conducting theatricals.
Tall as Wilbur Edes was, he was overshadowed by that immaculate blond pompadour and that plumed picture hat.
“You have made a mistake, Mr. von Rosen,” said Mrs. Edes' thin voice, as thin and silvery as a reed.
“Then you had better go to bed,” said Mrs. Edes, and the two little girls stood carefully aside to allow her to pass.
“Good night, children,” said Mrs. Edes without turning her mink-crowned head.