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Olcott

[ol-kuh t] /ˈɒl kət/
noun
1.
Chauncey (Chancellor John Olcott) 1860–1932, U.S. tenor, actor, and songwriter.
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  • Olcott settled back in his chair and folded his hands across his slight paunch.

    Damned If You Don't Gordon Randall Garrett
  • Olcott's hesitation was of half-second duration, but it was perceptible.

    Damned If You Don't Gordon Randall Garrett
  • The clergyman looked unusually solemn and Mrs. Olcott's expression was resigned.

    For the Allinson Honor Harold Bindloss
  • Colonel Olcott appealed to the government and obtained redress.

    The Arena Various
  • I knew what a mistake I had made as soon as I saw Olcott come in; but you don't understand yet how far my suspicions led me.

    For the Allinson Honor Harold Bindloss
  • Mr. Olcott and Evelyn are undoubtedly the finest musicians we ever heard.

  • Andrew went to the smoking-room, which proved to be unoccupied, but as he was leaving it Olcott came in.

    For the Allinson Honor Harold Bindloss
  • Olcott's judgment told him he did a sinful thing, but he ran it.

    Those Times And These Irvin S. Cobb
  • But Morgan didn't hear that, because Olcott said it to himself.

    Those Times And These Irvin S. Cobb
  • Olcott had dreams of some day writing a novel; some day when he had the time.

    Those Times And These Irvin S. Cobb

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