He was determined that she should have the pleasure of restoring the guinea-hen.
Yes,” said the other guinea-hen, “I guess we are just as good as anybody else.
The constable drove on, talking on, garrulous as a guinea-hen.
The egg was almost globular, white, the size of that of a guinea-hen.
So the guinea-hen was delivered to Philip, who set off joyfully with his prize, and was soon in sight of Farmer Price's cottage.
Could she not manage to get at least five of them for the guinea-hen, she wondered?
The English name “guinea-hen” is in allusion to the country from which it has been chiefly obtained in modern times.
Barbara also saw the guinea-hen and turned her head another way.
Suddenly she remembered that nothing had been said about the guinea-hen.
"I am glad she saw the guinea-hen," cried Rose, who now held it in her hands.