henge knew of the long paternal intimacy with Camelia, and relied perhaps too much on a paternal sympathy.
Ah, from henge, said Perior, looking at the end of the letter.
That henge had not been embittered by this political antagonism had deeply touched Perior.
He was, he thought, a cleverer man than henge, a man of more intrinsic weight.
henge and his mother were coming down to Clievesbury to spend some weeks at Enthorpe.
It was natural that henge should write to him in this strain of only thinly-veiled confidence.
a prehistoric circular area with standing stone or wooden pillars and often enclosed by a bank or ditch, possibly used for rituals; also called henge monument
Henge mainly pertains to a Neolithic monument of the British Isles.