Muchmore

All Noun Adverb
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  • I do know that Muchmore would get it first. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • Muchmore was not known to any of the village people, and seemed to keep pretty much to the mansion. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • Just then he thought he saw a flicker of flame beyond where Muchmore was standing. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • They stood looking at Muchmore, who seemed very angry, and also intensely excited. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • And now I think Muchmore suspects me, because he probably opened that letter I wrote to his uncle. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • Then Muchmore came and caught me, and locked me up. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • I thought so when I saw how queer Muchmore acted. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • I suppose Muchmore can attend to things now. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • "Mr. Muchmore, he is breaking down the door to the secret corridor!" Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • The Muchmore film consists of seven sequences: six before the assassination, and one during the shooting.
  • "Stop!" cried a ringing voice, and they looked up to see Muchmore hastening toward them. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • "You boys are too fresh!" went on Muchmore. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • An instant later, Muchmore, his face distorted with anger, rushed upon them. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • Perhaps he is in trouble there with Muchmore. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • I wrote him a letter, and mailed it in the post-office, but a little later I saw it on Muchmore's table. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • Then, when the old man was not capable of defending himself, Muchmore had shut him up in an unused part of the house. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • I can't invite you to call and see me, for I'm afraid Muchmore wouldn't like it. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • "Muchmore wouldn't have tossed out a message like that, I suppose?" Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • "Don't you go in that corridor!" yelled Muchmore, who seemed frantic over something. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
  • "I don't care if it is!" fairly shouted Muchmore. Cited from The Young Firemen of Lakeville, by Frank V Webster
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