Darling


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Dar·ling

(dar'ling),
Samuel Taylor, U.S. physician in Panama, 1872-1925. See: Darling disease.
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Now, mine own heart's darling," quoth Mother Rigby, "whatever may happen to thee, thou must stick to thy pipe.
Get thee gone, my pretty pet, my darling, my precious one, my treasure; and if any ask thy name, it is Feathertop.
Therefore, when we went upstairs and had waited listening until the clock struck twelve in order that only I might be the first to wish my darling all good wishes on her birthday and to take her to my heart, I set before her, just as I had set before myself, the goodness and honour of her cousin John and the happy life that was in store for for me.
What could I do to reassure my darling (I considered then) and show her that I had no such feelings?
Darling won her was this: the many gentlemen who had been boys when she was a girl discovered simultaneously that they loved her, and they all ran to her house to propose to her except Mr.
Darling used to boast to Wendy that her mother not only loved him but respected him.
But Cecily was such a darling that we did not mind her lack of a sense of humour.
He wound his arm round her, and gently drew her head back on his bosom " Other girls have done it, darling," he pleaded, "why shouldn't you?
Bullock was positively ruining and pinching himself to death to buy land), how was the darling girl to be provided for?
Dolly, darling, he has spoken to me, but I want to hear it from you: tell me about it.
Our misfortune is doubly hard to us; we have not only lost that lovely darling boy, but this poor girl, whom I sincerely love, is to be torn away by even a worse fate.
Now, darling Pa, give me your hands that I may fold them together, and do you say after me:--My little Bella.