Definitions

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  • proper n. A surname.

Etymologies

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From a medieval diminutive form of the given name Thomas.

Examples

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  • Then Captain Thomsett resumed his seat, and, to preserve his own fair fame, betrayed that of George.

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  • "You're a blanked fool," said Captain Thomsett wrathfully.

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  • Captain Thomsett, his eyes glowing affection-ately, gripped his friend's hand, and in the course of the game listened to an exposition of the law relating to bigamy of a most masterly and complicated nature, seasoned with anecdotes calculated to make the hardiest of men pause on the brink of matrimony and think seriously of their position.

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  • "Do you mean to say you think it _is_ me?" bellowed Captain Thomsett.

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  • Captain Thomsett expressed his pleasure at this information, and, having tried in vain to obtain a few of their names, even going so far as to suggest some, looked at the clock, and, shaking hands, departed to his own ship.

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  • "Suppose this woman comes aboard after pore George," said Thomsett.

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  • Captain Thomsett got up and pranced up and down the cabin, but

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  • "Well, you're a masterpiece," said Thomsett ungrudgingly.

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  • "You can read me, I s'pose?" said Thomsett sneeringly.

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