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Kinkaid

[ kin-keyd ]
/ kɪnˈkeɪd /
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noun
Thomas Cas·sin [kas-in], /ˈkæs ɪn/, 1888–1972, U.S. admiral.
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How to use Kinkaid in a sentence

  • “No system works 100 percent, but we do know that decriminalization is the number one thing we have to do first,” said Kinkaid.

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  • Hugh always fancied the Kinkaid boy, for there was something dependable about him that won the confidence of almost all his mates.

  • Of course you cannot forget that, for when you are Mrs. Kinkaid—But there!

    'Firebrand' Trevison|Charles Alden Seltzer
  • My friend Kinkaid drives his auto trucks to Burns, one hundred and fifty miles to the southeast.

    In the Oregon Country|George Palmer Putnam
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