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Wiseman

[wahyz-muh n] /ˈwaɪz mən/
noun
1.
Nicholas Patrick Stephen, 1802–65, Irish cardinal and author, born in Spain.
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  • I have several names; the last and least of which is—Mrs. Wiseman.

    Sharing Her Crime May Agnes Fleming
  • "I'll bet you have had a terrible life, sergeant," encouraged Constable Wiseman.

    The Man Who Knew Edgar Wallace
  • Have you seen old Wiseman and his daughter since your return?

    Sharing Her Crime May Agnes Fleming
  • "I don't deserve anything I don't want," said Mr. Wiseman loftily.

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  • "He had a daughter, as I've already notified my superiors," said Constable Wiseman gravely.

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British Dictionary definitions for Wiseman

Wiseman

/ˈwaɪzmən/
noun
1.
Nicholas Patrick Stephen. 1802–65, British cardinal; first Roman Catholic archbishop of Westminster (1850–65)
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