Jean and Marjory spelled very well indeed and were usually among the first to be chosen.
It's an ill wind, &c. I shall have Marjory all to myself, now!
And in their midst, garbed in street attire, was Marjory Dean!
Mary Ann, here's Hunter's Marjory; maybe ye'd like to see her.
Before she was married, the mama was a Marjory Daw of the Daw family, famous see-sawers.
He was grieved and shocked beyond measure by Marjory's words.
Marjory, a year younger and nearly a head shorter than Jean, often seemed older.
And Marjory's busy brain at once began to devise methods of signalling.
Marjory was bitterly disappointed at the failure of her peacemaking mission, for she had set out almost certain of success.
"I often and often wish I were fair," said Marjory wistfully.