Oh, she'll understand if y' kind o' chuckle an' gurgle like a FAM'ly man.
Anyways, I've bought a FAM'ly ticket and laid in a stock of fancy groceries.
With this passage Lahmeyer well compares what Cicero says of himself in FAM.
It minds me iv what happened wanst in me cousin Terence's FAM'ly.
F-e-m-m-e, he contends, "ought to spell femmy—but I'm blowed if they don't pronounce it FAM!"
In fact, Martha has FAM'ly troubles of her own about now, you remember.
He was followed be three men with bottles, Dr. Ryan, an' th' Dorgan FAM'ly.
"Yes, I expect the FAM'ly hist'ry's all right," I breaks in.
Some iv th' grandest iv th' heroes died, an' their FAM'lies were broke up.
We had that straight from Mrs. Adams, who wa'n't much for boostin' the FAM'ly.