peregrine

[ per-i-grin, -green, -grahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF peregrine

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Thereafter, Peregrine, to the girls, was always Peregrine-Sarah.

The Peregrine is as sound as a bell, they say—ah, she is a good ship!

It was as large as the Peregrine itself—certainly as large as the cutter.

Then glancing aloft, he understood how it was that the Peregrine had been recognised.

But, Sir Peregrine, it is impossible to know what documents he may have obtained since that.

Sir Peregrine had been farming all his life, and had his own ideas on the subject.

The chief fault in the character of young Peregrine Orme was that he was so young.

Sir Peregrine did not stop to explain what might be the other branch of this alternative.

"To a fellow who has a place of his own as you have, it costs nothing," said Peregrine.

All this was well understood of Sir Peregrine by those about him.

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