That wept, yet set herselfe to chere Them up with comforts cordiall.
chere enfant,—All your four letters have reached me the same day.
Since your house is not so large as your heart, chere Mathilde.
"Nous sommes si heureux de vous avoir ici, chere Aunt Maria," answered Isobel, falteringly.
This "chere maitresse" song, indeed, appeared the favourite.
I am glad, chere amie, to know that you have finally overcome your dislike for him; truly he did not deserve it.
Because, you will agree, chere Marie, to fall into the hands of the soldiers or of riotous peasants would be terrible.
When we had climbed the stairs and gone into the little parlor, Madame Marat held forth her hands to me, "Ah, mon chere!"
She had been a housekeeper in the castle at the time, and a kind of chere amie of my uncle's.
MS. does not insert in before his chere, as Wright would have us believe.