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Ripley

[ rip-lee ]
/ ˈrɪp li /
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noun
George, 1802–80, U.S. literary critic, author, and social reformer: associated with the founding of Brook Farm.
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Ripley
/ (ˈrɪplɪ) /

noun
George . 1802–80, US social reformer and transcendentalist: founder of the Brook Farm experiment in communal living in Massachusetts (1841)
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