Chiles: Webster's Facts and Phrases
Use in Literature ChildersBoth Mr. Childers and Master Kidderminster walked in a curious manner; with their legs wider apart than the general run of men, and with a very knowing assumption of being stiff in the knees.ndash;Charles Dickens in Hard Times.Because, up to this time, he seemed to dote upon her,' said Childers, taking a step or two to look into the empty trunk.ndash;Charles Dickens in Hard Times.B. Childers took one of his hands out of his pockets, stroked his face and chin, and looked, with a good deal of doubt and a little hope, at Mr. Gradgrind.ndash;Charles Dickens in Hard Times.Childers, facing about.ndash;Charles Dickens in Hard Times.Childers replied pointedly, that he was not at all astonished to hear it.ndash;Charles Dickens in Hard Times.Childers answered.ndash;Charles Dickens in Hard Times.Childers knew no doubts, but Joe Cowen's support of Hartington was more peculiar.ndash;Stephen Gwynn in The Life of the Rt Hon Sir Charles W. Dilke, vol 1.These rash men were wondering already whether it were not possible to leap an engine flying over the Chamoguin ravine, as Eclipse or Flying Childers might have leaped the brook at the bottom of it.ndash;Edward Everett Hale in The Brick Moon, et. al.Campbell, Calvin Carman, Eugene Cheney, Columbus Childers, Elizabeth Church, John M. Churchill, Alfonso Circuit Judge, The Clapp, Homer Clark, Nellie Clute, Aner Compton, Seth Conant, Edith Culbertson, E.ndash;Edgar Lee Masters in Spoon River Anthology.Childers, known by the name of Flying Childers, the property of the Duke of Devonshire, was looked upon as the fleetest horse that ever was bred.ndash;Andrew Steinmetz in The Gaming Table.
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