unhusbanded


unhusbanded
adj.

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  • unhusbanded — un·hus·band·ed …   English syllables

  • Charlotte Despard — (née French) (June 15, 1844 – November 10, 1939) was a British born, later Irish based suffragist, novelist and Sinn Féin activist. She was born in Ripple, Kent. Her brother, John French, become both a leading military commander during World War… …   Wikipedia

  • Charlotte Despard — (geborene French; * 15. Juni 1844 in Ripple Vale, Kent; † 10. November 1939 in Whitehead, County Antrim) war eine britische Schriftstellerin, Suffragette und Frauenrechtlerin, später eine der ersten Sinn Féin Aktivistinnen. Charlotte wird als… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Despard — Charlotte Despard (geborene French; * 1844 in Ripple, Kent; † 1939 in Belfast) war eine britische Schriftstellerin, Suffragette und Frauenrechtlerin, später eine der ersten Sinn Féin Aktivistinnen. Charlotte wird als Tochter des Marineoffiziers… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • midst — is now most commonly used in the phrases in the midst of or in our (etc.) midst, meaning ‘among, in the middle of’. Typical contexts are both physical and abstract: • There was…something sinister about this place, unhusbanded and yieldless in the …   Modern English usage


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