The population of London have got accustomed to it by the third time you wear
I thought we put them away when she wouldn't wear
them," murmured Mrs.
But of course she could only wear
one of them at a time, because she had but one neck.
A cross is the last thing I would wear
as a trinket.
That 's the way Mother does; we 've always had things sent us from richer friends, and whatever was n't proper for us to wear
at the time, Mother put away to be used when we needed it.
You must think of somebody else too, when you wear
that necklace," replied Miss Crawford.
Dorothy wondered why the animals living in Foxville did not wear
just their own hairy skins as wild foxes do; when she mentioned it to King Dox he said they clothed themselves because they were civilized.
at least I thought so; but I knew my mother always wore one when she went out, and all horses did when they were grown up; and so, what with the nice oats, and what with my master's pats, kind words, and gentle ways, I got to wear
my bit and bridle.
You will recognize them by the white ribbon they will wear
on the left arm.
You'll have to wear
a mask pretty soon, if you're going to have any comfort, Huldah," said Rebecca.
I thought they never did any thing but wear
magnificent crowns and red velvet dressing-gowns with dabs of wool sewed on them in spots, and sit on thrones and scowl at the flunkies and the people in the parquette, and order Dukes and Duchesses off to execution.
Some knock at but one door and bring a hansom, but others go from street to street in private 'buses, and even wear
false noses to conceal the sufferings you inflict upon them as you grew more and more like your sweet cruel mamma.