malkin

[ maw-kin, mawl-, mal- ]SEE DEFINITION OF malkin
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Malkin is a man of singular temper, judgment, and firmness of nerve.

I wish his Malkin was re-established at Tournay—and so I believe does he.

The floods descended from the congregated sisterhood at Malkin tower.

Malkin was one of the few English female names with this appendage.

Miss Malkin came and atoned for her historic glance in the shop.

Dr. and Mrs. Malkin's sons were my brother's school and college mates.

We were just considering whether we should go to Malkin Tower.

Between Miss Malkin's taciturnity and the voice within her Rachel had a terrible three minutes.

As I was saying, you must have seen mysterious proceedings both at Malkin Tower and your own house.

"Go to Malkin Tower at midnight, and thou wilt see," replied the familiar, with a mocking laugh.

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