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Verner

[vur-ner, vair-; Danish ver-nuh r] /ˈvɜr nər, ˈvɛər-; Danish ˈvɛr nər/
noun
1.
Karl Adolph
[kahrl ah-dolf] /kɑrl ˈɑ dɒlf/ (Show IPA),
1846–96, Danish linguist.
2.
a male given name, form of Warner.
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  • Mrs. Verner laughed good-naturedly at her, and told her it was not her pocket that would be troubled to pay the bills.

    Verner's Pride Mrs. Henry Wood
  • A portion of every morning he spent in the society of Miss Verner.

    The Grateful Indian W.H.G. Kingston
  • I was at Verner's Pride with that horse that's ill, and Mrs. Verner spoke to me about some ponies.

    Verner's Pride Mrs. Henry Wood
  • "He'll need a good pair of lungs to do that," Verner Hughes commented.

    The Return H. Beam Piper and John J. McGuire
  • She was sitting back in Mr. Verner's old chair, now, filling it a great deal better than he used to do.

    Verner's Pride Mrs. Henry Wood
  • "That's what I'm beginning to think, too," Verner Hughes agreed.

    The Return H. Beam Piper and John J. McGuire
  • Verner said nothing in return, but he gave a look to show his intense displeasure.

    The Grateful Indian W.H.G. Kingston
  • She had brought her sons home with her to Verner's Pride, and they had made it their home since.

    Verner's Pride Mrs. Henry Wood
  • "I shall not go away again," was Lionel's answer; and Mrs. Verner breathed freely.

    Verner's Pride Mrs. Henry Wood

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