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Synonyms for Duncan

United States dancer and pioneer of modern dance (1878-1927)

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Duncan Ross; 'neither sickness nor business nor anything else.
Duncan Ross was there to see that I got fairly to work.
Duncan Ross took to coming in only once of a morning, and then, after a time, he did not come in at all.
Go back to the stables, Duncan," he said, "and say that Miss Lundie lends me her pony-carriage to-day.
With that acknowledgment of the compliment which had been just paid to him, Duncan gravely went his way to the stables; and Duncan's master returned to the summer-house, to wait there until he was joined by Blanche.
If I don't find her there, I shall leave Duncan (who goes with me) on the watch for the remaining trains, until the last to-night.
Whether she goes north or south, early or late, Duncan will have my orders to follow her.
Duncan is my factotum; and the course I am taking is the obvious course which would have occurred to any body.
The Samoset had been a trading schooner, when Duncan bought her in San Francisco and made alterations.
At eight bells, all hands assembled at the wheel, and Boyd Duncan appeared with a black bottle and a mug.
That Boyd Duncan was liked by them was evidenced by the roars of laughter with which they greeted his slightest joking allusion.
It was still early in the evening--two bells had just gone--when Duncan and his wife stood by the cabin companionway, gazing to windward and canvassing the possibility of spreading their beds on deck.
Minnie Duncan started, then glanced at her husband's immobile face, took the cue, and remained silent.
He was an officer of the States in the war of the revolution, of my own name of course; my mother's brother was called Duncan Uncas Heyward.
Tell me, is he they call'd Duncan, without the Uncas--is he living?