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Glyn

[glin] /glɪn/
noun
1.
Elinor, 1864–1943, English writer.
2.
Also, Glynis
[glin-is] /ˈglɪn ɪs/ (Show IPA),
Glynn, Glynne. a male or female given name.
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  • “Run up to the window again and order him to lie down,” cried Glyn, speaking earnestly now.

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  • Because we are going up to the house,” replied Glyn coolly, “to our dormitory.

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  • But Glyn felt very drowsy, exceedingly comfortable, and not in the slightest degree disposed to stir.

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  • “Cut them right off,” said Glyn laughingly, joining in the mirth.

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  • Glyn was hurt, disappointed; and Elfrida kept her face still turned away.

  • Then he took a step in the direction of the elephant, but Glyn caught him by the arm.

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  • One of Mrs. Glyn's most pungent tales of feminine idiosyncracy and caprice.

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  • “Come, Singh, we have had enough of this,” cried Glyn impatiently.

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  • Glyn obeyed, and as if fully accustomed to the act, he rapidly climbed up and settled himself behind his companion.

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  • “Why, it must be something about his elephant, father,” cried Glyn eagerly.

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