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Dillard

[dil-erd] /ˈdɪl ərd/
noun
1.
Annie, born 1945, U.S. writer.
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  • Dillard looked around to see that no doors were open, then leaned forward and spoke in a loud whisper.

    The Man from Jericho Edwin Carlile Litsey
  • "I know it," Mrs. Dillard cried like one nearly frantic with apprehension.

  • Dillard's revelation had proven a source of much concern, and he had not been able to get away from it.

    The Man from Jericho Edwin Carlile Litsey
  • Don't let go, and we may possibly so far tire him out that Mrs. Dillard can mount.

  • Nathan and Evan were enjoying to the utmost this conversation with Captain Dillard.

  • When did you last see the mistress of the house, Mrs. Dillard?

  • Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Dillard made perilous rides to warn the patriots of impending attacks of the enemy.

    Revolutionary Reader Sophie Lee Foster
  • Glenning, briskly wielding a clothes brush, glanced at Dillard.

    The Man from Jericho Edwin Carlile Litsey
  • Dillard's round, baby-blue eyes dwelt upon her in a protectingly hungry way.

    The Man from Jericho Edwin Carlile Litsey
  • A grayish pallor had settled on Dillard's face as John talked.

    The Man from Jericho Edwin Carlile Litsey

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