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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun In Arthurian legend, the loyal wife of Geraint.

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  • proper noun The long-suffering wife of Geraint in Arthurian romance.
  • proper noun A female given name of Welsh origin and obscure meaning.
  • proper noun A city in Oklahoma, United States; see Wikipedia:Enid, Oklahoma

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  • noun a town in north central Oklahoma

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Examples

  • Currently the Chief of Police of Fairview, and was previously an officer in Enid,

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  • He gave up a local pastorate in Enid in 1947 to come in an evangelistic method in Tulsa to urge for a recovering of a total person a body, thoughts as well as spirit.

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  • Mark, Champlin's in Enid, Okla. had a David McKay Brown roundbody sxs 20 that was only about $48,000 or so, IIRC.

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  • Mark, Champlin's in Enid, Okla. had a David McKay Brown roundbody sxs 20 that was only about $48,000 or so, IIRC.

    I Dream of English Doubles

  • He gave up a local pastorate in Enid in 1947 to come in an evangelistic method in Tulsa to urge for a recovering of a total person a body, thoughts as well as spirit.

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  • Alfred's wife Enid is in the ship's ballroom listening, along with other monied pensioners, to a lecture on financial investment from a smooth-talking broker.

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  • David Lee Lemon was born March 29, 1940, in Enid, Okla., and raised in Abilene, Tex.

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  • I ran across a couple of Dave's cast-aside and forsaken rifles over at Champlin's in Enid one day a couple years ago, but they weren't anywhere near $500 ...

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  • Any info on racist, sexist etc content in Enid Blytons books and also modern day books that may still be in print etc would be much appreciated.

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  • Hurricane Enid is about to hit and Ex Libris is in for a treat, she's about to meet The Famous Five, Julian, Dick and Anne, George and Timmy the dog.

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