ladykin declared that she wasn't afraid of anything in the world except of Being Homely.
A diminutive form of this was by our ladykin which was contracted into by our lakin.
There were times, you think, when ladykin wished that her Mother was a sea-gull.
ladykin chose green and blue and pink and red and yellow, also purple.
To ladykin, Truth out of season was sourer than strawberries at Christmas time.
He was always telling ladykin that she smelled of raspberry jam.
Even ladykin with all her wonderfulness sat utterly helpless before the terrible, unexpected climax of her words.
Oh, ladykin, wouldn't you, couldn't you please say something curly?
In all the town, in all the directory, in all the telephone books, you and ladykin could not find a single person named Clarice.
ladykin, it seems, knew always what had happened to him, but she never dreamed of telling you till you were old enough to bear it.