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Thaxter

[ thak-ster ]

noun

  1. Celia (Laigh·ton) [leyt, -n], 1835–94, U.S. poet.


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It had been sent to the deputies, and was by them rejected, and then returned to the judge by Col. Thaxter.

Mrs. Thaxter was a delightful hostess, and possessed the rare quality of bringing out the best in those about her.

I heard a rather different version of it from a venerable clergyman of the name of Thaxter.

We found Mrs. Thaxter sitting in a neat little parlor, very simply furnished, but in good taste.

Very few accidents happen to the boats or men,—none, I think, since Mr. Thaxter has been here.

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