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Redmond

[red-muh nd] /ˈrɛd mənd/
noun
1.
John Edward, 1856–1918, Irish political leader.
2.
a city in W central Washington.
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  • Mrs. Redmond, indeed, was pleased that Priscilla had found something really to interest her.

    Amy in Acadia Helen Leah Reed
  • "That's another sort of a thing, you see," replied Mr. Redmond.

    The Coming Wave Oliver Optic
  • I believe that in all these things Mr Redmond's judgment was overborne by his more resolute colleagues.

    Ireland Since Parnell Daniel Desmond Sheehan
  • Mr. Redmond argued the point in all its bearings, but with no different result.

    The Coming Wave Oliver Optic
  • Thus effectually silenced, Mrs. Redmond waited for Martine to read her letter.

    Amy in Acadia Helen Leah Reed
  • I know it is hard on you, but you must not forget you are a Redmond.

    Wee Wifie Rosa Nouchette Carey
  • He continued to be of the opinion that by equipping Redmond's followers he would be arming enemies.

  • Yes, he was bringing home his bride to Redmond Hall, and that bride was not Margaret.

    Wee Wifie Rosa Nouchette Carey
British Dictionary definitions for Redmond

Redmond

/ˈrɛdmənd/
noun
1.
John Edward. 1856–1918, Irish politician. He led the Parnellites from 1891 and helped to procure the Home Rule bill of 1912, but was considered too moderate by extreme nationalists
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