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Grahame

[grey-uh m] /ˈgreɪ əm/
noun
1.
Kenneth, 1859–1932, Scottish writer, especially of children's stories.
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  • Grahame, driving slowly, began to nod in the thickening fog.

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  • "I will give it you with pleasure when I have had my evening song from Mary," said Mr. Grahame.

    Evenings at Donaldson Manor Maria J. McIntosh
  • Leslie and Grahame had both been killed, and William Long was sorely wounded.

  • "I could tell you were a correspondent by your appetite," said Grahame.

    Lorraine Robert W. Chambers
  • Grahame thought that while he might show a rash boldness now and then, his nerve was not very good.

    The Coast of Adventure Harold Bindloss
  • "If the people did so too it might be to better purpose," observed Grahame, dryly.

    Lorraine Robert W. Chambers
  • A few moments later the flare, burning low, scorched Grahame's fingers and he flung it over the rail.

    The Coast of Adventure Harold Bindloss
  • Grahame promptly kicked off his boots, and sat down on his bed.

    Lorraine Robert W. Chambers
  • Seeing Macallister in the hall below, Grahame went down to him and told him what he had learned.

    The Coast of Adventure Harold Bindloss
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Grahame

/ˈɡreɪəm/
noun
1.
Kenneth. 1859–1932, Scottish author, noted for the children's classic The Wind in the Willows (1908)
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