Imogene

[im-uh-jeen]
Also Im·o·gen [im-uh-jen, -juh n] /ˈɪm əˌdʒɛn, -dʒən/.
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  • Or who knows but it is the very ring which Posthumus received from Imogen?

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    Nathaniel Hawthorne

  • Edwin and Imogen had been united in the sports of earliest infancy.

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    William Godwin

  • But Imogen now formed the principal figure in these waking dreams.

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    William Godwin

  • It was Imogen with whom he wandered beside the brawling rill.

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    William Godwin

  • I should say no more than the truth; but Imogen would think it flattery.

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    William Godwin