Towards this congregation of truly devout and pious ones I was particularly gracious, especially towards the young-lady devotees.
Beatrix was in a young-lady reverie, and did not observe what was going on.
With two young-lady companions she daily parades on the public Esplanade overlooking the shingly beach.
A young-lady apprentice would be quite an attractive feature.
There were no pleasant games of snapdragon, or touch, nor even a gossip over the tea table for the young-lady foxes.
Nina was fast outgrowing childish things and entering the young-lady period.
Samuel Johnson, too, had a young-lady friend once "with the acutest intellect I have ever known."
But Blink, by anxiously licking Mr. Lavender's lips, had produced a silence in which the young-lady did not dare reply.
She gulped, forced back further angry-little-girl storming, and recovered her young-lady sarcasm.
Since the catastrophe recorded in the last chapter, Mrs. Tibbs had been very shy of young-lady boarders.