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Falkner

[fawk-ner] /ˈfɔk nər/
noun
1.
William, Faulkner, William.
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  • Among her pupils, she gave lessons in music at their own house, to the Misses Falkner.

    A Book For The Young Sarah French
  • Falkner did not meet him with the customary smile of welcome.

    Mixed Faces Roy Norton
  • A little bloodletting would do Falkner no harm—or, for the matter of that, either of them.

    A Frontier Mystery Bertram Mitford
  • There was something very appealing about him that Falkner could not fail to discern.

    Mixed Faces Roy Norton
  • As we waited and still Ivondwe did not reappear, the rest of us began to think that Falkner was right.

    A Frontier Mystery Bertram Mitford
  • Lee made a slight gesture of warning to Falkner, of menace to the others.

  • Mr. Arnold looked perfectly coolly into Miss Falkner's face.

    Jill's Red Bag Amy Le Feuvre
  • George looked curiously at Falkner's pale face—it was burning.

  • "I should not be alive to see it, George," said Falkner gloomily.

  • If Falkner had been less self-conscious he would have seen it plainly.

British Dictionary definitions for Falkner

Falkner

/ˈfɔːknə/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of (William) Faulkner
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