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Woodburn

[woo d-bern] /ˈwʊd bərn/
noun
1.
a town in NW Oregon.
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  • But it was taken up again after a little, and Woodburn finally settled upon as the place for the next Sundays Bible class.

    Elsie and Her Loved Ones Martha Finley
  • "Of course," said Fulkerson, while Miss Woodburn perched on the arm of her father's chair.

    The March Family Trilogy, Complete William Dean Howells
  • No, my young master, but its the first time Ive done anything in that line since you left me at Woodburn.

    Elsie at Ion Martha Finley
  • Woodburn would not mind so much if somebody else were involved; but oh, Harry!

    Miss Marjoribanks Mrs (Margaret) Oliphant
  • Dont indulge in adieus just here and now, Harold, but come with us to Woodburn.

    Elsie and Her Loved Ones Martha Finley
  • And then she never was a great friend of mine—and if she should say anything to Woodburn!

    Miss Marjoribanks Mrs (Margaret) Oliphant
  • "You're giving her plenty of room, Mr. Woodburn," said the White Hat in front.

    Boy Woodburn Alfred Ollivant
  • The children in the Woodburn carriage seemed full of mirth and jollity.

    Elsie at Ion Martha Finley
  • She sighed as she thought of it all, and just then Dr. Woodburn came in and sat down on the couch beside her.

    Beth Woodburn Maud Petitt
  • "Miss Leighton thinks he ought to be afraid of her," Miss Woodburn explained.

    The March Family Trilogy, Complete William Dean Howells

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