Thesaurus / choate

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With Choate, his library of some eight thousand volumes was his home, and "his authors were the loves of his life."

What has that young man done for you, my dear, young Choate?

The PrisonerAlice Brown

It is hard to see how any man could be better equipped for professional practice than Mr. Choate was at this time.

Then it seemed to her that Choate did a thing unsurpassed in splendour.

The PrisonerAlice Brown

The impudence of it, Choate knew, was only equalled by its coolness.

The PrisonerAlice Brown

Though Mr. Choate was so much more than a mere lawyer, it was in court that he displayed the full force and variety of his powers.

But I don't think it was wise or judicious on the part of Mr. Choate to show this higher education he has obtained.

Mark Twain's SpeechesMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

Choate's—co-respondent—made out a bill for $500 for his services, so called.

Mark Twain's SpeechesMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

Choate answered rather wearily, as if he had asked himself that question and found the answer disheartening.

The PrisonerAlice Brown

Mr. Checkynshaw bowed stiffly, and left the room before Fitz had time to say what terrible things "me and Choate" intended to do.

Make or BreakOliver Optic
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