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Ingelow

[in-juh-loh] /ˈɪn dʒəˌloʊ/
noun
1.
Jean, 1820–97, English poet and novelist.
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  • Mr. Ingelow in an inner room had made his toilet, and stood before Mollie, hat in hand, ready to depart for the Walraven mansion.

    The Unseen Bridgegroom May Agnes Fleming
  • The Ingelows, of Ingelow Grange, were not a marrying family.

  • "I have everything arranged for the funeral, Mollie," Mr. Ingelow said at parting.

    The Unseen Bridgegroom May Agnes Fleming
  • Mr. Ingelow, on whose arm she leaned, led her to the piano at once.

    The Unseen Bridgegroom May Agnes Fleming
  • Mr. Ingelow obeyed with no very good grace; the sparkling, blue-eyed coquette had made wild work with his artist heart already.

    The Unseen Bridgegroom May Agnes Fleming
  • You dreaded it was me—you hoped it was that puppy, Ingelow, confound him!

    The Unseen Bridgegroom May Agnes Fleming
  • Now was Mr. Ingelow's time, surely, if he cared for Mollie at all; but Mr. Ingelow spoke never a word.

    The Unseen Bridgegroom May Agnes Fleming
  • "Will you have the goodness to explain, my good woman," said Mr. Ingelow, beseechingly.

    The Unseen Bridgegroom May Agnes Fleming
  • Mr. Ingelow was very pale when he emerged into thronged Broadway, but there was no indecision in his movements.

    The Unseen Bridgegroom May Agnes Fleming
  • It was the first time she had ever called him other than Mr. Ingelow.

    The Unseen Bridgegroom May Agnes Fleming

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