Enid, where the Joneses live and farm on 3,000 acres, sits in the middle part of the state.
"Enid, the good knight's horse is standing in the court," cried the earl.
Lady Enid wrinkled her smooth, young, healthy-looking forehead.
“You know Father collects antiques and the like,” Enid explained.
And at dinner she was not nice to Enid and Elaine who admired her hero too frankly.
Then he twisted the three reins together, and handed them to Enid.
This description was Enid Biddell's, she being happy and therefore frivolous.
Enid Glenwilliam's easy greetings suggested that they had already met in many drawing-rooms.
"Unfortunately, it wouldn't help you with—with Enid—to give it up," he said, quietly.
Enid saw the dawn of a great fear in the well-chiselled features she knew so well.