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Gwynn   /gwɪn/   Listen
Gwynn

noun
1.
English comedienne and mistress of Charles II (1650-1687).  Synonyms: Eleanor Gwyn, Eleanor Gwynn, Eleanor Gwynne, Gynne, Gywn, Nell Gwynn, Nell Gwynne, Nell Gywn.






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... Marsden showed her visitors a mysterious oil-painting, black with age and hideous beyond compare, which she informed them was an original portrait of Nell Gwynn. She supposed it to be immensely valuable, and was keeping it safe until prices rose a little higher still, after the war, when she had hopes of launching it on the auction rooms in London, and realizing a sum that would make her ...
— The Madcap of the School • Angela Brazil



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