Thesaurus / barker

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Barker, on the contrary, scorned and loathed Trafalgar Square, and laughed at its art.

The NewcomesWilliam Makepeace Thackeray

At last the evening came, and Claudius appeared in Barker's room arrayed in full evening-dress.

A door slammed below, a wheezing cough was heard, and Captain Barker's head appeared at the top of the ladder.

The Blue PavilionsSir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

What Mr. Hill shewed me was some of it, which Mr. Barker had given him.'

Barker, on his side, was prepared for storms, but he intended to play the part of confidential friend and consoler.

They had been up to the woods on Barker's Hill for nuts, and with good success.

John Wesley, Jr.Dan B. Brummitt

Dr. Silence looked up and saw Barker staring at him bewilderingly.

Day and Night StoriesAlgernon Blackwood

We have spoken of Mr. Barker and of the red cab-driver, in the past tense.

Sketches by BozCharles Dickens

His rescue at Barker's, he frankly and gratefully said, had been the turning point in his life.

In this first touring car Colonel Barker with one of the newly arrived adjutants for driver, started to Demange.

The War Romance of the Salvation ArmyEvangeline Booth and Grace Livingston Hill

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