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Ingleborough

/ˈɪŋɡəlbərə; -brə/
noun
1.
a mountain in N England, in North Yorkshire: potholes. Height: 723 m (2373 ft)
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  • Perhaps our clever friend ingleborough can tell you where to look.

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  • ingleborough turned upon him sharply, and looked him through and through.

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  • Even so it is with these wayward streams that course down the sides of ingleborough.

  • ingleborough says it is,” replied the young man addressed, shortly.

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  • “Looking as innocent as old Anson, only not so white,” whispered ingleborough.

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  • “There is no room for buts, my lad,” said ingleborough harshly.

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  • “Ah, I thought so,” said ingleborough quietly, sniffing and blowing on the musty trash.

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  • “Norton is outside with a couple of the police,” ingleborough replied.

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  • Yes,” sighed ingleborough again; “but someone said—hang me if I know who!

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  • “And I as a smooth hypocrite whom one ought not to trust,” said ingleborough.

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