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  • proper n. A female given name, a spelling variant of Kezia.


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  • So he says to her: 'Keziah' -- they called her Keziah after her grandmother -- 'thou's t' idlest dawkin 'i' Cohen-eead.

    Tales of the Ridings

  • Over and above which there was truth in Keziah's saying, "The young gentleman argle-bargles fit to deave a body's head; and dear knows what it's all about."

    Six to Sixteen: A Story for Girls

  • Deb affably, though her surprise at the idea of Keziah wanting to leave her was only equalled by her dismay.


  • "Keziah," he whispered hurriedly, "you've known me quite a spell, ain't you?"

    Keziah Coffin

  • Mrs. Hastings 'voice was suited to say "Keziah" or

    Romance Island

  • "I wonder they didn't call her Keziah, and me Mephibosheth.

    The Emancipated

  • "Keziah," he said earnestly, "there's no sense in your slavin 'yourself to death here.

    Keziah Coffin

  • "Keziah," he whispered, "I've come to take you home.

    Keziah Coffin

  • "Keziah," he said, "Keziah, I came to see you on a somewhat important matter.

    Keziah Coffin

  • "Keziah," said the captain pompously, "we expect you to look out for Mr. Ellery in every respect.

    Keziah Coffin


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