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Wilbraham

[wil-bruh-ham] /ˈwɪl brəˌhæm/
noun
1.
a city in SW Massachusetts.
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  • He had not known Mr. Wilbraham, but he had recognised the importance of this matter.

    Mystery at Geneva Rose Macaulay
  • "For God's sake, Wilbraham, shut up," said Macartney curtly.

    The La Chance Mine Mystery Susan Carleton Jones
  • Mr. Wilbraham was not, of course, there; he was over at the Assembly Hall.

    Mystery at Geneva Rose Macaulay
  • I couldn't have sent Miss Wilbraham back, anyhow; she was nearly crazy.

    The La Chance Mine Mystery Susan Carleton Jones
  • He walked thoughtfully up from the landing stage to the Secretariat, where he ascended to the room of Mr. Wilbraham.

    Mystery at Geneva Rose Macaulay
  • They were turned out by Mr. Wilbraham on account of our broken windows.

    The Longest Journey E. M. Forster
  • Stabb and Wilbraham are at the front door, asking an audience of you.

    Helena's Path Anthony Hope
  • Mr. Wilbraham was amusing with some of his American experiences.

    The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6 Augustus J. C. Hare
  • I have known that, Mr. Wilbraham, a good deal longer than you have.

    Mystery at Geneva Rose Macaulay
  • It was in the town of Wilbraham, in Massachusetts, only a few miles from Springfield.

    The Flying Reporter Lewis E. (Lewis Edwin) Theiss

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