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Danvers

[dan-verz] /ˈdæn vərz/
noun
1.
a town in NE Massachusetts, near Boston.
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  • Captain Danvers is at present stopping at the Hale residence.

    A Dream of Empire William Henry Venable
  • Danvers clasped his hands over one knee and leant back in his chair.

    The Trader's Wife Louis Becke
  • Marian felt her irritation against Danvers suddenly vanish and in its place a Sense of relief and of calmness.

    The Great God Success John Graham (David Graham Phillips)
  • Then he moved his chair slightly so that he might face Danvers.

    The Trader's Wife Louis Becke
  • Danvers spoke firmly, feeling that he could never leave his friend if he were not given a pledge.

    A Man of Two Countries Alice Harriman
  • But, apart from business, don't have anything to do with Danvers.

    The Trader's Wife Louis Becke
  • Mrs. Danvers said, turning to Margaret with a proud, beaming face.

    The Rebellion of Margaret Geraldine Mockler

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