beloved by Jehovah, the name which, by the mouth of Nathan, the Lord gave to Solomon at his birth as a token of the divine favour (2 Sam. 12:25).
"jedidiah couldn't play well enough for an old cow to dance by," she said.
He may have been a son or grandson of the first jedidiah, or a nephew.
jedidiah Baldwin also served an apprenticeship with Harland.
"They ought to have some houses to live in, and barns," said jedidiah.
Was there no sad shadow, to his eye, around the beauty of Bathsheba's child, which no murmured "jedidiah" could chase away?
"It isn't leap-year, Maria," said jedidiah Burbank, in a jealous tone.
I am sure you are very polite, Mr. jedidiah Burbank—so polite that I think you had better find another partner!
jedidiah or a thousand others couldnt stop Joseph Stagg now.
Now, jedidiah, in appearance, was just the reverse of Philip.
jedidiah returned to the place of his birth, where, if his enjoyments were few, his wishes did not seem to be greater.