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Keeley

[kee-lee] /ˈki li/
noun
1.
Leslie Enraught
[en-rawt] /ˈɛn rɔt/ (Show IPA),
1834–1900, U.S. physician.
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  • Knew that what Keeley Moore said in this histrionic manner was, almost always, merely bluff.

    The Deep Lake Mystery Carolyn Wells
  • "That's right," said Mrs. Keeley, resting for a moment in a chair near them.

    The Making of a Prig Evelyn Sharp
  • I could have slain Keeley with decided relish, but Alma seemed to take no offence.

    The Deep Lake Mystery Carolyn Wells
  • But Mrs. Keeley had ideas about women who worked, and meant to air them.

    The Making of a Prig Evelyn Sharp
  • Next day at dusk arrived a large cavalcade, which included Mr. Keeley, a prisoner.

    South African Memories Lady Sarah Wilson
  • If I'm not very much mistaken, Wilton is often the guest of Mrs. Keeley, is he not?

    The Making of a Prig Evelyn Sharp
  • There being amongst his company the Misses Brunton, Mr. and Mrs. Keeley, &c.

  • Keeley Moore listened to the girl with the deepest interest.

    The Deep Lake Mystery Carolyn Wells
  • Judge Botkin soon after this resigned his seat upon the bench and went to lecturing upon the virtues of the Keeley cure.

    The Story of the Outlaw Emerson Hough
  • Keeley had taken the inquiry into his own hands for the moment.

    The Deep Lake Mystery Carolyn Wells

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