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Usage examples for fabian

  1. Little Fabian Laveque shouted, and jumped down from his log. – The Blazed Trail by Stewart Edward White
  2. For the first time in her life, she saw something of men,- real men, with horses and dogs and guns,- men who went out partridge shooting in the season and rode to hounds across country, not the pale abstractions of cultured humanity who attended the Fabian Society meetings or wrote things called articles in the London papers. – The Woman Who Did by Grant Allen
  3. Brother Fabian is doubtless an excellent brother of his order, but he has scarce the same learning as Brother Emmanuel. – The Secret Chamber at Chad by Evelyn Everett-Green
  4. Fabian dug his heels into the ice, but could not hang on. – The Blazed Trail by Stewart Edward White
  5. " I will send her to you; and to- morrow I think you will see Father Fabian," said May, before she closed the door. – May Brooke by Anna H. Dorsey
  6. In vain sage Washington, from hill to hill, Plays round his foes with more than Fabian skill, Retreats, advances, lures them to his snare, To balance numbers by the shifts of war. – The Columbiad by Joel Barlow
  7. These Fabian tactics as regards open warfare do not mean that the Senussi are idle. – The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-Supremacy by Theodore Lothrop Stoddard
  8. In politics he became a disciple of the Cobden- Bright school and was one of the first members of the Fabian Society under the leadership of the redoubtable Bernard Shaw. – Deep Furrows by Hopkins Moorhouse
  9. The Fabian movement, which was a drawing- room movement, compelled the discussion in the Press of Socialism, for and against. – The Free Press by Hilaire Belloc
  10. On receiving an answer in the negative, he declared very decidedly, " Then Dr. Fabian will occupy them at once." – Under a Charm, Vol. II. (of III) A Novel by E. Werner
  11. Will you please to call me when Father Fabian comes in? – May Brooke by Anna H. Dorsey
  12. I will see Father Fabian to- morrow morning, after mass, and he will come to visit and instruct you in many things, which it is necessary for you to understand. – May Brooke by Anna H. Dorsey
  13. The little rocking- chair, the newspapers near the door, the lighthouse director's announcement, and Fabian Olsen, the baker's new- baked bread. – Hunger by Knut Hamsun
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