Gilman

[gil-muh n]
noun
  1. Arthur,1837–1909, U.S. educator.
  2. Charlotte Anna Perkins,1860–1935, U.S. writer, publisher, and feminist.
  3. Daniel Coit [koit] /kɔɪt/, 1831–1908, U.S. educator.
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  • "No, it was not," answered Gilman, all the bulldog in his nature coming to the surface.

    Her Father's Daughter

    Gene Stratton-Porter

  • She seemed rather surprised when Linda and Gilman came in together.

    Her Father's Daughter

    Gene Stratton-Porter

  • Marietty Bacon, ain't you an' Lime Gilman goin' t' be married?

  • If she ever came back it would not be as his daughter, but as the wife of Gilman.

  • Senator Gilman, bowing his head under the low lintel, was coming in.