Thesaurus / malkin
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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

The Lancashire WitchesWilliam Harrison Ainsworth

Lefevre and Malkin are men of first-rate mathematical abilities, and both of our college.

The floods descended from the congregated sisterhood at Malkin tower.

Its very violence, however, assured her it must soon cease, and she would then set out for Malkin Tower.

The Lancashire WitchesWilliam Harrison Ainsworth

Malkin is a man of singular temper, judgment, and firmness of nerve.

At the pitch of his voice, Mr. Sullivan Smith denounced Mr. Malkin in presence for a cur masquerading as a cat.

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

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

The Price of LoveArnold Bennett

Malin, another form of Malkin, which is a pet-name for Matilda.

We have no official tidings yet of Malkin's appointment to the vacant seat on the Bench at Calcutta.

WORDS RELATED TO MALKIN

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.