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Longworth

[lawng-wurth, long-]
noun
  1. Alice Lee RooseveltPrincess Alice, 1884–1980, U.S. socialite: daughter of Theodore Roosevelt.
  2. Nicholas,1869–1931, U.S. politician: Speaker of the House 1925–31.
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  • We have either to trust this Longworth, or we have to go on alone without him.

  • I do not see that anything can be done until Longworth chooses to exhibit himself.

  • Everything is all right if—if—Longworth is dealing honestly with us.

  • Besides, as we are partners with Longworth in this, and as he is going away on account of the mine.

  • They found young Longworth there in company with Melville, who was to be his companion on the voyage.