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McFee

[muh k-fee] /məkˈfi/
noun
1.
William, 1881–1966, English writer.
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  • Mr. McFee, you see, has some excuse for being a good writer because he has never had to write for a living.

    Shandygaff Christopher Morley
  • Mrs. McFee ruffled herself and cleared for action, but Mrs. Eppingwell shut her mouth with a look and developed a new attack.

  • Even when armed with Mr. McFee's autographed card, it was by no means easy.

    Plum Pudding Christopher Morley
  • And with these other treasures Tommy showed me a packet of letters from Mr. McFee.

    Shandygaff Christopher Morley
  • His engineering work gave young McFee a powerful interest in the lives and thoughts of the working classes.

    Shandygaff Christopher Morley
  • McFee might be let off the job by reason of his ambrosial letters.

  • Mr. Crabb scanned the headlines of the Sun, while McFee fastened his boots.

  • An explanation was forthcoming, somewhere, and Mrs. McFee was equal to it.

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