Thesaurus / nabob
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She had made up her mind that at the first sign of danger she would turn Nabob and make a dash back down the trail for safety.
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Yet a caveat is needed, for the intense interest we take in the characters of a novel like The Nabob scarcely suggests strolling.
Naturally an elaborate novel like The Nabob lends itself indefinitely to minute comment, but we must be sparing of it.
From time to time he would throw to the Nabob across the table a few words enigmatical for all.
Say one word, and I take you to see the Nabob, the great-hearted man who defrays the expense of our undertaking.
The Nabob's millions would have re-established the balance and even made the scale lean to his side.
As the Nabob talked, de Gery felt his suspicion take wing and all his sympathy return, together with a shade of pity.
And his glance, anxious and beseeching, sought the Nabob, as though to demand his pardon for all these paradoxical impertinences.
Jenkins had come in search of the Nabob to take him to see the secretary at the Tuileries and to appoint a day.
"Don't disturb yourselves," the good Nabob would signal with his hand, entering on tiptoe.
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