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Bellamy

[bel-uh-mee] /ˈbɛl ə mi/
noun
1.
Edward, 1850–98, U.S. author.
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  • The Bellamy, says the critic, was only equal to the Cibber in expressing the ecstasy of love.

    Haunted London Walter Thornbury
  • What, think you, would Bellamy the prophet have made of you, Humphrey?

  • "Best one I've had for six months," said Bellamy, looking up.

    Ambrotox and Limping Dick Oliver Fleming
  • "Can't roll any longer—covered with moss," retorted Bellamy.

    Ambrotox and Limping Dick Oliver Fleming
  • After years of preparation Mr. Bellamy now puts forward a work which will command universal attention.

    A Spoil of Office Hamlin Garland
  • "He seems to have taken a great fancy to you, Mr. Bellamy," said the girl.

    Ambrotox and Limping Dick Oliver Fleming
  • Did Mr. Bellamy kill the man to keep your brother from being killed?

    Brand Blotters William MacLeod Raine
  • He could not rest to let it go at that, without expressing his own part in it to Bellamy.

    Brand Blotters William MacLeod Raine
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Bellamy

/ˈbɛləmɪ/
noun
1.
David (James). born 1933, British botanist, writer, and broadcaster
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