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"One is taken altogether too literally," he complained to his friends in the smoking-room of the Thespian Club.
LADY LILITHSTEPHEN MCKENNA
It was quite exciting being ushered into a private office in the Thespian National Bank.
FIND THE WOMANARTHUR SOMERS ROCHE
That she had lost a matter of six hundred and fifty dollars, deposited in the Thespian Bank, was nothing.
FIND THE WOMANARTHUR SOMERS ROCHE
In 1812 a third dramatic society called the Thespian Society was organized among the young men and young women of Pittsburg.
PITTSBURGH IN 1816VARIOUS
The smile he gave me in reply would have made the fortune of a Thespian Mephistopheles.
THE LEAVENWORTH CASEANNA KATHERINE GREEN
Such egotism as the rest of creation entertains is watered brandy to that of the Thespian.
THE FOOTLIGHTS FORE AND AFTCHANNING POLLOCK
Theatricals were cultivated, and my father belonged to a Thespian society.
THE LIFE OF MRS. ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONNELLIE VAN DE GRIFT SANCHEZ
Then the manager's secretary sends for the fortunate Thespian.
THE FOOTLIGHTS FORE AND AFTCHANNING POLLOCK
The Thespian interludes had been acted on a wooden scaffolding.
STUDIES OF THE GREEK POETS (VOL II OF 2)JOHN ADDINGTON SYMONDS
It was that of our heroine of the Thespian corps, Jim Smith.
ADRIFT IN THE ARCTIC ICE PACKELISHA KENT KANE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO THESPIAN

  • acrobats
  • actors
  • actresses
  • artistes
  • artists
  • contortionists
  • doers
  • funambulists
  • impersonators
  • mimes
  • musicians
  • players
  • stars
  • thespians
  • troupers
  • tumblers
  • workers
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