How to use Falkner in a sentence
He had been out of the way during the incident, which was uncommonly lucky for Falkner Sewin.
A little bloodletting would do Falkner no harm—or, for the matter of that, either of them.
Falkner had pulled out quite a genial stop to play upon for my benefit—but then, I had agreed to take him with me on the trip.
“I shall come down here again with the rifle and watch for an hour or two a day,” said Falkner.
Standing forth, in an attitude of the noble art of self-defence, was Falkner Sewin.
British Dictionary definitions for Falkner
a variant spelling of (William) Faulkner
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