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Horney

[hawr-nahy] /ˈhɔr naɪ/
noun
1.
Karen, 1885–1952, U.S. psychiatrist and author, born in Germany.
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  • Horney, was it true that the Press was making money at the time it closed?

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  • "This old Horney is terrible for switching," said Kate, over her shoulder.

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  • Old Horney stepped from the running board, thanking Penny for the ride.

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  • “I could master the trick of it,” declared Horney confidently.

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  • Horney,” she questioned, “did you ever try to frighten me away from this building?

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  • Penny was tempted to tell Horney about the clipping, but refrained from doing so.

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  • "I must be buying another cow in place of poor ould Horney," whispered Csar as he dived into the cattle stand.

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  • Old Horney devoured the last bite of sandwich, and poured himself a second cup of coffee.

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  • Bidding Horney good-bye, she hurried home for her automobile.

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  • Old Horney was discovered in the composing room, stirring up a great cloud of dust with a stub of a broom.

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