Midgely in a sentence

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How to use midgely in a sentence. Midgely pronunciation.

Imogene's husband, Jefferson Midgely, had long thought he would like to reside in Chicago.
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He returned to Chicago to learn that Jefferson Midgely, Imogene's husband, was still in full charge of the branch and living in Evanston, but because of his quarrel with his family he was in no position to get the news direct.
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Robert, who arrived the night Lester died; Berry Dodge, Imogene's husband; Mr. Midgely, and three other citizens of prominence were selected as pall-bearers.
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She could not hope to see him again, for the papers had informed her of his removal to Mrs. Midgely's residence, and of the fact that he was to be taken from Chicago to Cincinnati for burial.
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The last ceremonies in Chicago were to be held in one of the wealthy Roman Catholic churches of the South Side, St. Michael's, of which the Midgelys were members.
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She had never seen Mr. Midgely.
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Kane, Robert, Mrs. Midgely, Louise, Amy, Imogene, and the others.
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Examples of Midgely

Example #1
He could undertake the work for the time being.
Example #2
In a few days came a regretful reply, saying that Robert was awfully sorry, but that if Lester was determined he did not want to interfere with any plans he might have in view.
Example #3
Accident brought it fast enough, however, and that rather irritatingly.
Example #4
His trip to Europe prevented him from seeing three or four minor notices in the newspapers of some of the efforts that were being made to unite the various carriage and wagon manufactories.
Example #5
Louise and her husband came from Buffalo; Amy and her husband from Cincinnati.
Example #6
The house was full to overflowing with citizens who either sincerely wished or felt it expedient to call.