And she looked hard at Theobald, who blushed; but the days went by and still he did not propose.
Pope and Theobald seem to have followed him, though they give the small r.
Theobald, Johnson, and Steevens have left notes upon this line.
The suggestion that a line has been lost in this place came first from Theobald.
Miss Temperley found Professor Theobald entertaining, but at times a little incoherent.
She added, as if it was an afterthought, that Mrs. Theobald's letter had arrived that morning.
Can any one tell me who is Theobald Anguilbert, for I can find no account of him anywhere?
But does not Mrs. Theobald always take any initiative from you?
“We live too fast; we are too much troubled about outward things—cooks and dressmakers, Mrs. Temperley,” said Professor Theobald.
You can't put her off with Mrs. Theobald; she knows as well as we do that she is a nonentity.
masc. proper name, from Medieval Latin Theobaldus, from Old High German Theudobald, from theuda "folk, people" + bald "bold." Form influenced in Medieval Latin by the many Greek-derived names beginning in Theo-.