[ win-feeld ]


  1. a town in S Kansas.
  2. a male given name.

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It was the final dagger of revenge against a team that beat them several weeks before, with Hill giving the sign to Winfield on his way into the end zone.

And then, somehow, Winfield got roped into the killing himself.

“Gibbs walked up with a smile on his face and shot the guy two more times,” Winfield recalls.

For as long as anyone could remember, Adam Winfield of Cape Coral, Florida, wanted to join the U.S. military.

On his 18th birthday, Winfield weighed only 100 pounds—too light for the Army.

Now that Winfield was implicated, he was no longer a threat.

It was afterwards used as a schoolroom in connection with Winfield's factory.

The well-defined Winfield limestone is persistent on the west bank of the river across the entire county.

By the most strenuous efforts all were saved, and the "Bienville" steamed away, leaving the "Winfield Scott" to her fate.

If she says she is sorry for likening me to Winfield, I will tell her who sent the roses.

You are sure there is no one who may overhear us, Colonel Winfield?