Thesaurus / maud
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Little did any of them guess how literally Maud would take Lois' words.
Maud came this morning, and told me that Mrs Betterton had been asking her about it.
NEW GRUB STREETGEORGE GISSING
After a half hour on deck Maud returned to the hospital section quite refreshed, and proceeded to care for the patients.
It was in no sense a fashionable resort, or Maud would never have ventured there in company with her humble adorer.
Mrs. De Lancey Smythe joined him and together they strolled over toward Maud and the count.
Kennedy now came alongside in the skiff, bringing a warp-line from the shore, by which the Maud was hauled up to the wharf.
THE YACHT CLUBOLIVER OPTIC
Do you know that Miss Maud Maxwell would like to be one of our party?
She was driving three horses abreast,—her own life, Maud's life, the life of London.
JULIA WARD HOWELAURA E. RICHARDS
There was no hurry; she knew all that it was really necessary for her to know, thanks to Maud Stanwood's idle words.
JANE OGLANDERMARIE BELLOC LOWNDES
Maud said, disturbed at Boldero's serious air; 'how can I care about you, if you won't come and see me?
CHRONICLES OF DUSTYPOREHENRY STEWART CUNNINGHAM

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