clement

[ klem-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF clement

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But this man, named Clement, a banker from Peoria, had proved unworthy.

Clement Austin saw the sudden change that had come over her countenance.

Those Sundays were pleasant days to Clement and the girl whom he hoped to win for his wife.

After this, Clement Austin told Margaret that he could be of no use to her.

Clement Austin was scarcely less pale than Henry Dunbar himself.

It was the first time that Clement had ever called upon her alone.

"She is not in distress, Mr. Dunbar," interrupted Clement Austin.

Clement Austin locked at him, astonished by the change in his manner.

But, notwithstanding this, Clement was determined to wait no longer.

They were standing before the great iron gates as Clement said this.

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