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macfarlane

or Macfarlane, MacFarlane

[muh k-fahr-lin] /məkˈfɑr lɪn/
noun
1.
an overcoat with an attached cape and two slits in front near the waist.
Origin of macfarlane
special use of surname MacFarlane
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  • "That's better," said Mrs. macfarlane, very white, and deadly quiet.

    The Sheriff of Badger George B. Pattullo
  • Mr. macfarlane reported that the wounded were all likely to do well.

    In Greek Waters G. A. Henty
  • They've let it out at the post office, as sure as we're standing here; and, look, macfarlane has seen us.

  • “I am not so very sure, Miller, that they are delighted at all,” macfarlane said quietly.

    In Greek Waters G. A. Henty
  • Even macfarlane threatened to leave if something could not be done about the wire.

    Shadows of Flames Amelie Rives

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