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Thornhill

noun
  1. Sir James. 1675–1734, English baroque painter. He is best known for decorating the Painted Hall, Greenwich Hospital (1708–27) and the interior of the dome of St Paul's Cathedral (1715–17)
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  • Could it be that Barbara had dragged Mrs. Thornhill from her bed?

    The Million-Dollar Suitcase

    Alice MacGowan

  • I'm only here for over night, now, and I'm going down to Mrs. Thornhill's.

  • Mr Thornhill came with a couple of friends, his chaplain, and feeder.

    The Vicar of Wakefield

    Oliver Goldsmith

  • Most of the settlers in Thornhill were well, in spite of the cold, except Mrs Kemp.

    Taking Tales

    W.H.G. Kingston

  • Mr. Thornhill wants to sell them—an old client of mine, Thornhill.

    My Novel, Complete

    Edward Bulwer-Lytton