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Dorothy Walworth

  • They buried the hatchet, but in a shallow, well-marked grave.

    • Dorothy Walworth,
    • in Reader's Digest ()
  • We always deeply resent the person at a party who, while he speaks with us, keeps his eyes roving around the room as if in search of someone bigger and better to talk to.

    • Dorothy Walworth,
    • in Herbert Victor Prochnow, Speaker's Handbook of Epigrams and Witticisms ()

Dorothy Walworth, U.S. novelist

(1900 - 1953)

Full name: Dorothy Crowell Walworth Carmen.