She was to spend a long day with Miss Satterly, the schoolma'am, and started off soon after breakfast one morning.
She sure is a fine writer, Taterleg—writes like a schoolma'am.
And now, behold, the economic conditions themselves are the work of the schoolma'am.
He could not see, for his part, why she wanted to go gadding off to the Falls with Len Adams and the schoolma'am, anyway.
Miss Wilth, the schoolma'am, keeps a widow mother with tongue and teeth, so them as smells the bait is ware of the trap.
Do you mean, schoolma'am, that y're willin' to learn us outside o' school hours?
Me an' Marthy wanted ter learn ter sing like you do, schoolma'am.
Here and there, among the women, was a Yankee schoolma'am, going to some new charge in the islands.
Go home to your mother, and tell her the schoolma'am sent you home for three cents to buy a new book.
The elder and the schoolma'am went in the grubs and sat down on a log, and there she unfolded to him her tale of woe.