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The rule in both Iliad and Odyssey is that the wooer gives a bride-price to the father of the bride, ethna.
She had felt the need of some higher will than her own to strengthen her resolve to steel her heart against this fiery wooer.
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There was a king named Hrodmar, a wooer of Sigrlinn: he had slain the king of Svavaland, and ravaged and burnt the country.
Mr. Cranley blessed the luck that had not made the plumber a yet more impetuous wooer.
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Nikolai soon found that the situation was far from being improved after he was acknowledged in the quality of wooer.
ONE OF LIFE'S SLAVESJONAS LAURITZ IDEMIL LIE
She walked away rapidly over the frozen snow, leaving the successful wooer to return to the house and relate his good luck.
I scorn and defy the suspicions of that enemy of the persecuted South, and high-handed wooer of exclusively Northern women!
She walked aloof and alone, until another sort of wooer came to the gate of the minister's house.
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The idea of a wooer staking his life on winning a lady is less primitive than that of Death securing a victim.
He might have thrown himself at the widow's feet, been accepted, and then returned to town a jolly, thriving wooer.
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