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Uvedale

[ yood-l, yoov-deyl ]

noun

  1. Nicholas. Udall.


Uvedale

/ ˈjuːdəl; ˈjuːvˌdeɪl /

noun

  1. See Udall
    a variant of (Nicholas) Udall


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Sir Uvedale, about fifty years ago, translated Pausanias from the Greek.

There are few objects that the enlightened mind of Sir Uvedale has not remarked.

Uvedale, when all was said and done, was an adventurer, living on his wits.

Yesterday he would have said Uvedale and Joliffe were his closest pals.

There was a great, almost a ludicrous, contrast between Uvedale and Joliffe.

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