I say there have been women—a woman I'll say, even—a nursemaid, whom I have seen in this park—a perfect Juno.
"It is rude to point," says the nursemaid to her little charge.
Ten minutes later, I saw a nursemaid with three children, who were rolling in the sand.
And he uttered a groan which made a nursemaid turn and stare.
What the child is in the hands of the nursemaid, we may see anywhere.
So she salved her nursemaid's conscience—with the help of the fifty pounds.
The younger and the nursemaid each and all saw a lady in white come into the smaller room, and then slowly glide by and fade away.
"At fourteen and sixteen we surely don't need a nursemaid," sniffed Marjorie.
After the birth of her fourth child, the work grew too hard for her and a nursemaid had to be engaged.
Harvey Rolfe had no choice but to repeat what seemed good to Louie the nursemaid.