Definitions

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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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From Hal +‎ -son.

Examples

  • "What a pity you can't believe a word Halson says."

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  • Then he burst out, "I believe every word Halson said.

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  • J, in its suit, alleged that Mr. Duplessis obtained the fake OneTouch test strips from Halson.

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  • "Well, I know there's that version," Halson said evasively.

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  • It was Halson, whom I did not know very well, but liked better than I knew.

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  • "Look here, Halson," Minver detained him, "how is it none of the rest of us have heard all those details?"

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  • Halson looked up at the silent waiter who had stolen upon us and was bowing toward him.

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  • Halson glanced covertly toward him with his gay eyes.

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  • Halson looked down, and then he glanced at Minver after a furtive passage of his eye over Rulledge's intense face.

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  • "I can give a pretty good guess," Halson said, running his merry eyes over our faces.

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