cecils

cecils

(ˈsɛsɪlz)
pl n
(Cookery) fried meatballs
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References in classic literature ?
"I am glad that Cecil is asking her this once more."
Vyse, Cecil has just asked my permission about it, and I should be delighted, if Lucy wishes it.
"I said to Cecil, 'Take her or leave her; it's no business of mine!'"
This was Cecil James Barker, of Hales Lodge, Hampstead.
Cecil Barker's tall, loose-jointed figure was a familiar one in the main street of Birlstone village; for he was a frequent and welcome visitor at the Manor House.
"My dear Cecil! when have I ever led you to suppose for a moment that I have ever wasted any time thinking of you?"
"Whatever is the matter with you, Cecil? Don't gape at me like that, and come along at once, unless you want to be left behind.
Cecil Forrester, to unravel a little domestic complication.
Jane Porter, the professor's daughter, is in strained and lifeless conversation with William Cecil Clayton and Tarzan of the Apes.
If this were so, what right had he, William Cecil Clayton, to thwart the wishes, to balk the self-sacrifice of this strange man?
Clayton," said the girl, "because I know you are big enough and generous enough to have done it just for him--and, oh Cecil, I wish I might repay you as you deserve--as you would wish."
"I do not love you, Cecil," she said, "but I respect you.