Lane discovers a lost wallet in the back of a taxi; inside, is a photograph of a young woman with a girlish “XXOO” inscription.
As the interview begins, her voice takes on a girlish pitch.
Gone were any girlish slip-ups, gone were sequins and glitter eye shadow.
Amongst other specimens of girlish spite, the French fair-ones have divided the English damsels into two genera.
Over his eyes in a girlish caprice, and crying, “Who is it?”
Her face caught its most girlish expression—the large eyes grew luminous—the smile about her mouth was playful and sweet.
All at once he was conscious of a perfume he knew, and of a girlish figure facing him.
For one moment I stand and gaze into a pure, girlish face, with a pallid brow and far-away blue eyes.
There was an interval of silence, and then the girlish voice called again.
Philip Hardin rises to his feet, ghastly pale, as Joseph Woods quietly leads up to the platform a slight, girlish form.