Chillingsworth

All Noun
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  • Before a month had passed she was living in state at Chillingsworth and paying daily visits to her mother. Cited from The Bell in the Fog and Other Stories, by Gertrude Atherton
  • As he continued, Mr. Chillingsworth's interest changed into an appearance of stronger and stronger excitement. Cited from Stolen Treasure, by Howard Pyle
  • Upon Orth's return to Chillingsworth, he called at once upon the child, and found her happy among his gifts. Cited from The Bell in the Fog and Other Stories, by Gertrude Atherton
  • Nor did Mr. Chillingsworth seem to think very highly of his appearance, for he sat looking sideways at Tom as he smoked. Cited from Stolen Treasure, by Howard Pyle
  • Behind her were the ruins and the woods of Chillingsworth. Cited from The Bell in the Fog and Other Stories, by Gertrude Atherton
  • He allowed what society was in town to lavish honors upon him for something over a month, then cancelled all his engagements and went down to Chillingsworth. Cited from The Bell in the Fog and Other Stories, by Gertrude Atherton
  • The majority of the bills were drawn in favor of one Richard Chillingsworth, Esquire. Cited from Stolen Treasure, by Howard Pyle
  • In a little while the boy returned with a message, asking Tom to come up to Mr. Chillingsworth's house that afternoon at two o'clock. Cited from Stolen Treasure, by Howard Pyle
  • So Tom Chist -- or Thomas Chillingsworth, as he now was to be called -- did stay to supper, after all. Cited from Stolen Treasure, by Howard Pyle
  • Not even for peace of mind would he have descended into the vaults of the lords of Chillingsworth and looked upon the marble effigies of his children. Cited from The Bell in the Fog and Other Stories, by Gertrude Atherton
  • Only once did Mr. Chillingsworth interrupt the narrative. Cited from Stolen Treasure, by Howard Pyle
  • "Washed up out of the sea!" exclaimed Mr. Chillingsworth. Cited from Stolen Treasure, by Howard Pyle
  • Tom, all in a panic at the very thought of the two ladies, sturdily refused to stay even for the dish of tea Mr. Chillingsworth offered him. Cited from Stolen Treasure, by Howard Pyle
  • When Tom Chist's narrative was ended, Mr. Chillingsworth's bearing was as different as daylight is from dark. Cited from Stolen Treasure, by Howard Pyle
  • But if he thought but little of his visitor's appearance at first, he soon changed his sentiments towards him, for Tom had not spoken twenty words when Mr. Chillingsworth's whole aspect changed. Cited from Stolen Treasure, by Howard Pyle
  • Tom Chist took up his lodgings at a coffeehouse near to the town-hall, and thence he sent by the post-boy a letter written by Parson Jones to Master Chillingsworth. Cited from Stolen Treasure, by Howard Pyle
  • He took her to London to see the pantomimes; two days before Christmas, to buy presents for her relatives; and together they strung them upon the most wonderful Christmas-tree that the old hall of Chillingsworth had ever embraced. Cited from The Bell in the Fog and Other Stories, by Gertrude Atherton
  • It was in the tenth month of this idyl of the lonely man and the lonely child that Mrs. Root flurriedly entered the library of Chillingsworth, where Orth happened to be alone. Cited from The Bell in the Fog and Other Stories, by Gertrude Atherton
  • The ship's owner, Antonia Chillingsworth (Tress MacNeille), collects criminals, whom she freezes and keeps as statues that are, in her view, art.
  • While still a trainee with York he went to Northern League Division Two club Northallerton Town on loan during December 2012, making his debut as a 60th minute substitute for Carl Chillingsworth in a 2-0 defeat away to Crook Town on 29 December.