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  • proper n. An English surname, variant of Hilary.
  • proper n. A male given name, or rarely a female one, transferred from the surname.


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  • "Is that the doctor?" called Ellery weakly from the next room.

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  • We have had such good times together, – first we three, and then we took Esther in, and that made four; and now, Horace, you must open the ranks a little wider and take in Ellery.

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  • French novels, French philosophy, and, above all, French morals, or rather want of morals, – these are what I go against, Cousin Ellery.

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  • "Ellery," he cried hoarsely, and Norris turned to see anguish in Dick's face and outstretched hand, "I-- I-- can't explain to you," cried

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