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Wharton

[hwawr-tn, wawr-] /ˈʰwɔr tn, ˈwɔr-/
noun
1.
Edith, 1862–1937, U.S. novelist.
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  • He did write to Mr. Wharton, but in doing so he altogether laid aside that flighty manner which for a while had annoyed her.

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Wharton

/ˈwɔːtən/
noun
1.
Edith (Newbold). 1862–1937, US novelist; author of The House of Mirth (1905) and Ethan Frome (1911)
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