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Hesper

[hes-per] /ˈhɛs pər/
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  • After thus relieving herself, she departed, leaving Hesper in rather an uncomfortable frame of mind.

    Hesper, the Home-Spirit Elizabeth Doten
  • As Hesper was watching this, a thought came to her suddenly.

    Hesper, the Home-Spirit Elizabeth Doten
  • "I forget his name," replied Hesper, in the tone of one bored by question.

    Mary Marston George MacDonald
  • She helped Hesper put it on, and then viewed it with great satisfaction.

    Hesper, the Home-Spirit Elizabeth Doten
  • Fred was a high-spirited boy, and it was entirely useless for Hesper to reason with him.

    Hesper, the Home-Spirit Elizabeth Doten
  • Well, said the Captain, he thinks he shall, if Hesper is willing.

    Hesper, the Home-Spirit Elizabeth Doten
  • Mr. and Mrs. Redmain went again to Durnmelling, but Mary begged Hesper to leave her behind.

    Mary Marston George MacDonald
  • Yes, said Hesper, I would like to go out a washing myself, if I were able.

    Hesper, the Home-Spirit Elizabeth Doten
  • As soon as she was gone, Hesper arose and put her handkerchief over her head to run up to aunt Betseys.

    Hesper, the Home-Spirit Elizabeth Doten
  • Hesper, said aunt Nyna, as she awoke from her sleep, how is Johnny now?

    Hesper, the Home-Spirit Elizabeth Doten

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