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Ashford

[ash-ferd] /ˈæʃ fərd/
noun
1.
Evelyn, born 1957, U.S. track athlete.
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  • Let me see,” said Mrs. Ashford, “what is the name of that band?

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  • But they failed to satisfy Mr Ashford that they were not to blame for what had occurred.

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  • “Don't you be 'fraid, Mrs. Ashford; there isn't a mite of danger,” said Hiram, gathering up the reins.

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  • "I found him most kind and considerate, Mr. Ashford," she said coldly.

  • That's all well enough for Evaline,” said Mrs. Ashford, “but Marty has no right to sell your flowers.

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  • “I think I can find it pretty easily,” Mrs. Ashford replied.

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  • Mrs. Ashford asked what was the matter with Jennie and how long she had been ill.

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British Dictionary definitions for Ashford

Ashford

/ˈæʃfəd/
noun
1.
a market town in SE England, in central Kent. Pop: 58 936 (2001)
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