Genung in a sentence

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How to use genung in a sentence. Genung pronunciation.

To Charles Harvey Genung, who sat next to me, I whispered something of this, and how, during the thirty-six years since then, no other human being to me had meant quite what Mark Twain had meant-in literature, in life, in the ineffable thing which means more than either, and which we call "inspiration," for lack of a truer word.
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At any rate, I presently found the faithful Charles Genung privately reasserting to me the proposition that I should undertake the biography of Mark Twain.
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Perhaps it was the brief sympathy established by the name of Joan of Arc, perhaps it was only Genung's insistent purpose-his faith, if I may be permitted the word.
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When I returned to The Players and found Charles Harvey Genung there, and told him about it, it is quite certain that he perjured himself when he professed to believe it true and pretended that he was not surprised.
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See, for example, Stevenson's Christmas Sermon, and J. F. Genung's Stevenson's Attitude toward Life.
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It happened curiously that Charles Harvey Genung, who, something more than four years earlier, had been so largely responsible for my association with Mark Twain, was on the same train, in the same coach, bound for his country-place at New Hartford.
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Examples of Genung

Example #1
Now here he was, just across the table.
Example #2
It was the fairy tale come true.
Example #3
Perhaps it was the brief sympathy established by the name of Joan of Arc, perhaps it was only Genung's insistent purpose-his faith, if I may be permitted the word.
Example #4
I think we broke up soon after, and descended to the lower rooms.
Example #5
At any rate, I presently found the faithful Charles Genung privately reasserting to me the proposition that I should undertake the biography of Mark Twain.