waldo

[ wawl-doh, wol- ]
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"It looks marvellously as if they were coming out for us," said Mr. Waldo.

Waldo was thinking of his father as he strode down the pass with that welt on his cheek.

Waldo knew the secret of this startling outcrop of human enterprise.

Waldo Plubley, for instance, was reported to be nursing a headache.

Even his friend Waldo had been embarrassed and constrained in his presence.

A deputy sheriff of Waldo County, at your service; and I have a warrant for your arrest.

"But I will make sure of one thing," added the late passenger of the Waldo.

I was cook and steward of the brig Waldo; but she is gone to pieces now.

Some one may have taken it in order to get my account of the wreck of the Waldo.

I am going to see the owners of the Waldo, in which Mr. Wallbridge was a passenger.

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