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Enright

/ˈɛnraɪt/
noun
1.
D(ennis) J(oseph). 1920–2002, British poet, essayist, and editor
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  • As it is, we bats a lackluster eye, an' wonders in a feeble way what's done corr'gated enright's brow.

    Faro Nell and Her Friends Alfred Henry Lewis
  • But sech is his awe of enright, he never dar's opens his clamshell.

    Faro Nell and Her Friends Alfred Henry Lewis
  • I even encounters little enright Peets, down on all-fours, an' Annalinda ridin' him like he's a hoss.

    Faro Nell and Her Friends Alfred Henry Lewis
  • enright an' Peets both concurs that it's the thing to do, an' we does it.

    Faro Nell and Her Friends Alfred Henry Lewis
  • After enright promises he leans back like he's takin' a rest.

    Faro Nell and Her Friends Alfred Henry Lewis
  • Boggs has plenty of countenance when he brings them snores to the attention of enright.

    Faro Nell and Her Friends Alfred Henry Lewis
  • Also, what enright says to that deboshed stage driver for so doin'.

    Faro Nell and Her Friends Alfred Henry Lewis

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