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Colden

[kohl-duh n] /ˈkoʊl dən/
noun
1.
Cadwallader, 1688–1776, Scottish physician, botanist, and public official in America, born in Ireland.
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  • Robert went at once to the camp of the Royal Americans, where Colden was the first of his friends whom he saw.

    The Sun Of Quebec Joseph A. Altsheler
  • Colden was terrified at the storm that was raised, and took refuge in the fort.

  • But Colden, suspecting that his jest was truth rather, had too much delicacy to pursue the subject.

    The Sun Of Quebec Joseph A. Altsheler
  • Why,” said Elizabeth to Colden, “you may stay for a bite of supper.

    The Continental Dragoon Robert Neilson Stephens
  • I discovered that Colden had spent most of the preceding night with your daughter.

    Jane Talbot Charles Brockden Brown
  • “It is only you who send me away,” said Colden, dismally and reproachfully.

    The Continental Dragoon Robert Neilson Stephens
  • He swept past Colden, not seeing him; came to a stop in the centre of the hall, and looked rapidly around from face to face.

    The Continental Dragoon Robert Neilson Stephens
  • Major Colden had been having a most uncomfortable five minutes.

    The Continental Dragoon Robert Neilson Stephens
  • Mr. Valentine, who was smoking his pipe, held Colden fraternally by the arm.

    The Continental Dragoon Robert Neilson Stephens
  • Colden at once took on height, arrogance, and formidableness.

    The Continental Dragoon Robert Neilson Stephens

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