postscript


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This postscript decreased greatly the young girl's happiness.
Our stopping to change horses as I came to his postscript drove it out of my memory.
These short, but clearly marked, periods of separation between the sexes were always used for an intimate postscript to what had been said at dinner, the sense of being women together coming out most strongly when the male sex was, as if by some religious rite, secluded from the female.
But I must take advantage of this pause: I had inquiries to make, and, like the substance of a lady's postscript, the most important must come last.
It was a silly, harmless letter, and Anne would have laughed over it had it not been for the postscript.
To use an expression of Madame de Sevigne, who wrote about the same time, "there was a postscript to the letter;" and the most important part of the letter was contained in the postscript.
There was also a postscript to the effect that though THE BILLOW carried no free-list, it took great pleasure in sending him a complimentary subscription for the ensuing year.
Also, in writing to his employer, Matt devoted a postscript to White Fang.
On reflection, her Ladyship might have changes to make in it or might have a postscript to add to what she had already written.
It was not in human nature--perhaps I ought to say it was not in the nature of a man who was in my situation--to refrain from showing some curiosity, on being asked to supplement a letter of recommendation by such a postscript as this.
The letter presenting this information added no new facts to the facts already known, but one very remarkable paragraph was contained in the postscript.
Amy's face was full of trouble, but she only said, "Don't people put sort of postscripts to their wills, sometimes?