Ernest


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Ernest

[ˈɜːnɪst] NErnesto
References in classic literature ?
cried Ernest, clapping his hands above his head, 'I do hope that I shall live to see him!
And Ernest never forgot the story that his mother told him.
But Lord Ernest Belville was addressing the meeting at Exeter Hall; I waited for him when the show was over, dogged him home to King John's Mansions, and interviewed him in his own rooms there before he turned in.
On Thursday night I sent up the card of a powerful writer connected with a powerful paper; if Lord Ernest had known him in the flesh I should have been obliged to confess to a journalistic ruse; luckily he didn't--and I had been sent by my editor to get the interview for next morning.
Sir Ernest Heavywether, who was famous all over England for the unscrupulous manner in which he bullied witnesses, only asked two questions.
The witness admitted that such might be the case, and Sir Ernest signified that he was satisfied.
We know that Ernest Everhard was an exceptionally strong man, but not so exceptional as his wife thought him to be.
And in passing we note that that historic phrase, the Iron Heel, originated in Ernest Everhard's mind.
Presently Ernest came, and enquired if we had seen his brother; he said, that he had been playing with him, that William had run away to hide himself, and that he vainly sought for him, and afterwards waited for a long time, but that he did not return.
While I was thus engaged, Ernest entered: he had heard me arrive, and hastened to welcome me: "Welcome, my dearest Victor," said he.
Ernest Van Brandt is to be found, if you inquire there.
Ernest Van Brandt had a share in it at one time, which he afterward sold.