I had been thinking about a keepsake from the wedding and saw the toast and thought to myself: 'Why not'?
But Dick slapped the pocketbook to which he had transferred his keepsake from Miss Ravenden.
"You ought to give it to him as a keepsake," said young Howard, aggressively.
You must read Carlyle's denunciation of the opera, published in the keepsake!
He even had a watch with a silver chain on which a ring was hanging as a keepsake.
She also showed them a gold coin which she said young Trafton had given her as a keepsake.
Little Lorentz gave her his horse as a keepsake, and Asta gave her youngest doll.
On Hurrell Froude's death, in 1836, I was asked to select one of his books as a keepsake.
He must have stole it for a keepsake when I was kissing him!
As he looked at it, he bethought him of one Alice had given him once as a keepsake; he had it still.