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  • proper n. Patron saint of England and several other places; legendary killer of a dragon.

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  • n. Christian martyr; patron saint of England; hero of the legend of Saint George and the Dragon in which he slew a dragon and saved a princess (?-303)

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Examples

  • Clive Weaver, the retired mailman across the street, was losing his mind, and Fiona Saint George who lived next to him she was a senior at Parrish High, where I was a junior had fallen into some deep depression, judging by the dark designs she drew in chalk on our sidewalk.

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  • Kevin said something that made Mr. Saint George laugh a hearty obligation laugh.

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  • Mr. Saint George was at the table too, I thought, next to a vampire in jeans and a T-shirt and a wild-haired witch in a tight black dress.

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  • For a good while after Kevin Frink and Fiona Saint George drove off together in that car, I was sucked right into the whole idea that said the Prom was the end of that story, same as the Wedding was the end of the story.

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  • The afternoon was just right warm—a May day that could have been a role model for all May days, and the air smelled wet and grassy because Mrs. Saint George across the street had turned her sprinkler on.

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  • Hayden gestured one thumb across the street, where Fiona Saint George was already sitting cross-legged on the cement, filling in a new disciple with yellow chalk.

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  • But Fiona Saint George always averted her eyes, the way you do when you look straight at the sun.

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  • And even though Fiona Saint George never said much, her eyes wanted things badly.

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  • The romance between Kevin Frink and Fiona Saint George was going better than I could have ever expected.

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  • Kevin Frink would drive Fiona Saint George home, and they would sit inside the small curved space of his car.

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