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Seaver

[se-ver] /ˈsɛ vər/
noun
1.
(George) Thomas ("Tom"; "Tom Terrific") born 1944, U.S. baseball pitcher.
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  • Your mother was terribly opposed to it, for they are young and Mr. Seaver has still his way to make.

    The Wasted Generation Owen Johnson
  • That was the opinion of so good a judge as Captain Seaver himself.

  • Surely she could hardly now follow them into a public caf and demand that Seaver let her husband come home!

    Miss Billy Married Eleanor H. Porter
  • He was with that horrid Mr. Seaver, and I never liked him, never!

    Miss Billy Eleanor H. Porter
  • Among the new men with the squad are Hawes, Seaver, and Barnes.

  • Seaver was an artist like himself, and was good company always.

    Miss Billy Married Eleanor H. Porter
  • Later Ware defeated Bartlett and Seaver, both in two straight sets, three of which were love sets.

  • Bertram was not thinking of Seaver, Trentini's, or whom he might find there.

    Miss Billy Married Eleanor H. Porter
  • There never was any reasoning with 20 Hamlin when he was drunk, so Seaver tried to settle the question by a fight.

    At the Crossroads Harriet T. Comstock
  • With him went his fellow-countrymen, Captains Seaver and Kearney.

    The Glories of Ireland Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox

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