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Examples

  • Oh, Gyp, is it possible that, instead of my capturing Black

    The Hidden Hand

  • It sounds friendly, but I'll not always be known as Gyp, the gypsy boy.

    Princess Polly At Play

  • Jim told me a very interesting story of a dog the Morrises once had, called Gyp, whose leg became paralyzed by a kick from a horse.

    Beautiful Joe

  • He was always trying to get his "mermaid," as he took to calling Gyp, away from the baby, getting her away to himself, along the grassy cliffs and among the rocks and yellow sands of that free coast.

    Beyond

  • He was always trying to get his "mermaid," as he took to calling Gyp, away from the baby, getting her away to himself, along the grassy cliffs and among the rocks and yellow sands of that free coast.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • Meantime, Gyp, which is the worst, the full fury of the tempest or the mysterious terrors of the Haunted House!

    The Hidden Hand

  • The playmates who were at Cliffmore for the Summer were having a delightful time, but in a quiet way, John Gifford, or "Gyp," as he was still called, was very happy, and also very busy.

    Princess Polly At Play

  • The "Comtesse de Martel" sounded nice and swagger, though "Gyp" is anything but that in her novels.

    Ainslee's, Vol. 15, No. 6, July 1905

  • Women such as Gyp cannot actively dislike those who admire them greatly.

    Beyond

  • Women such as Gyp cannot actively dislike those who admire them greatly.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

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  • The Comtesse de Martel.

    September 6, 2010