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Kenyon

[ken-yuh n] /ˈkɛn yən/
noun
1.
John Samuel, 1874–1959, U.S. phonetician and educator.
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  • For a while, they wandered in that same broad valley which Kenyon had viewed with such delight from the Monte Beni tower.

    The Marble Faun, Volume II. Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Poor Kenyon was rather neglected by his friend during the dinner.

    A Woman Intervenes Robert Barr
  • In the six or seven sordid, awful weeks that followed before Kenyon was born, they turned for comfort and for help to Dr. Nesbit.

    In the Heart of a Fool William Allen White
  • It was not because Wentworth had deserted him that Kenyon felt so uncomfortable and depressed.

    A Woman Intervenes Robert Barr
  • Kenyon had rallied so surprisingly, and had himself begged them to play.

    Some Persons Unknown E. W. Hornung

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