Severence

All Noun
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  • "If he is still in bed tell him Miss Severence wishes to speak to him at once." Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • While the room was still in confusion Mrs. Severence entered. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • Miss Severence's expression made him still more uncomfortable. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • I tell you, Miss Severence, Grant is one of the men that can be relied on. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • I should consider a connection between such a man and a Severence as a mere vulgar intrigue. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • The Severence place, enclosed by a high English-like wall of masonry, filled the whole huge square. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • But that sort of trifles played a most important part in life as it was led by Margaret Severence. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • Mrs. Severence did rouse herself just at this moment. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • Miss Severence listened without comment; indeed, he was not sure that she was listening, so conventional was her expression. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • Severence would have been angry had she dared. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • He is 'the limit!' The little Severence must be infernally hard-pressed to think of taking him on. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • Miss Severence was not attracted; but she was interested. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • "Will you have tea?" said Miss Severence, as Arkwright moved away. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • Roxana Severence was so amazed that her mouth dropped open. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • She married her daughter to the only son and namesake of Lucius Quintus Severence. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • Arkwright, entering Mrs. Severence's drawing-room with Craig at half-past five, found a dozen people there. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • The round, rosy, rather slovenly Miss Severence appeared in the little balcony -- the only part of the house in view from where they sat. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • On the other hand, if she accepted the engagement he would have her and Margaret and all the proud Severence family in the position of humbly seeking alliance with him. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • Severence, pink-and-white, middle-aged, fattish and obviously futile, watched him with increasing nervousness. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
  • Severence gave a feeble, frightened smile, made a sound that might have been mirth and again might have been the beginnings of a hastily-suppressed call for help. Cited from Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig by Phillips
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