"Well—yes—if I may," and he looked over to the window where dexie was standing, as if to ask her permission.
Guess you've been studying Shakespeare for my benefit, eh, Miss dexie?
She had repeatedly hinted that dexie was "already spoken for," but the hint was not acted on in the way Gussie expected.
dexie had won her position in her father's heart by her prompt and willing service.
dexie unclasped the chain from her neck, and Lancy slipped the ring in its place on her finger.
"Here is my belt, Lancy," and dexie held up a strap of Russian leather.
"I am going to find out who this young person is," said dexie, laughing.
Lancy was soon at dexie's side, and understood the situation at once.
"Well, I have good reason to be jolly to-night," he replied, changing his seat so as to watch dexie's face.
dexie could not control her voice just then, so she made no reply.
dexie dex·ie (děk'sē)
A pill or tablet containing dextroamphetamine, usually in its sulfate form.
A tablet of Dexedrine, trademark of a brand of amphetamine: You can take dexies, but you can get hooked on them (1950s+ Students)