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Sankey

/ˈsæŋkɪ/
noun
1.
Ira David. 1840–1908, US evangelist and hymnodist, noted for his revivalist campaigns in Britain and the US with D. L. Moody
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  • All that day and most of the night Neighbor worked twenty men on sankey's device.

    The Nerve of Foley Frank H. Spearman
  • It will thus be seen that Moody and sankey methods are no new thing.

  • It was to be perfectly quiet, as Mrs. sankey would, up to the day, be still in mourning.

    Through the Fray G. A. Henty
  • She fumbled for the title-page and then her cheeks flamed with shame, "Moody and sankey."

    Pointed Roofs Dorothy Richardson
  • "I will see that he is properly clothed, Mrs. sankey," Jeemajee remarked.

  • Children were apt to be a bit startled at first sight of sankey—he was so dark.

    The Nerve of Foley Frank H. Spearman
  • Mrs. sankey recovered her spirits, and the preparations for the wedding went on.

    Through the Fray G. A. Henty
  • None of our conductors stood the hopeless fight like sankey.

    The Nerve of Foley Frank H. Spearman
  • "You might as well unload your passengers, sankey," said Neighbor.

    The Nerve of Foley Frank H. Spearman
  • "Look the machines over close, boys," said sankey to the engineers.

    The Nerve of Foley Frank H. Spearman

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