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Phelps

[felps] /fɛlps/
noun
1.
William Lyon
[lahy-uh n] /ˈlaɪ ən/ (Show IPA),
1865–1943, U.S. educator and literary critic.
2.
a male given name.
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  • Will Phelps advanced as if he was about to open the door, but a silent gesture from Hawley caused him to abandon the project.

    Winning His "W" Everett Titsworth Tomlinson
  • "Have some coffee, Mr. Phelps," said Mrs. Garth, handing him a cup.

    All Day September Roger Kuykendall
  • It will be a full year before she is well and strong again, Doctor Phelps says, and maybe longer.

    Cicely and Other Stories Annie Fellows Johnston
  • He glanced at Phelps and wondered how long it had been since he had slept last.

    All Day September Roger Kuykendall
  • I suppose this is inevitable as soon as one goes into print; and Phelps has gone into print in the local papers.

    In the Wilderness Charles Dudley Warner
British Dictionary definitions for Phelps

Phelps

/fɛlps/
noun
1.
Michael (Fred). born 1985, US swimmer, who won a record eighteen gold medals at three Olympic Games: six in 2004, eight in 2008, and four in 2012
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