I mean," Wendy said nicely
, remembering that she was hostess, "is that what they put on the letters?
Here, then, I made my home; and although it is a lonely place I amuse myself making rustles and flutters, and so get along very nicely
At Juag's suggestion we dug a hole in the sand at the upper edge of the beach and buried the craft, smooth-ing the surface over nicely
and throwing aside the excess material we had excavated.
I hope Billy won't feel very badly over it," she said nicely
He was neatly made, all of tin, nicely
soldered at the joints, and his various limbs were cleverly hinged to his body so that he could use them nearly as well as if they had been common flesh.
If she starts right, puts her terms high enough, and gets a few good names to give her the entr,e into our first families, I don't doubt she will do nicely
, for I must say Polly has the manners of a lady," observed Mrs.
We'll sing the last hymn; 'Sweet, sweet good-by' you all know that, so do it nicely
, and then we will go and have luncheon.
CECILY:--"Besides, fairy tales always end nicely
and this doesn't.
Inside she found, nicely
wrapped in white papers, a ham sandwich, a piece of sponge-cake, a pickle, a slice of new cheese and an apple.
Well, boys," Old Tarwater answered, "and thanking you kindly, all I can say is that a hundred thousand will do nicely
, and very nicely
, for a starter.
There was an orchard behind it, and a nicely
kept lawn before it, but, somehow, there was a certain bareness about it.
He was bold and nicely
behaved; he had not come to woo the Princess, but only to hear her wisdom.
Do you always brush your hat so carefully, and do your hair so nicely
, and put on such smart new gloves when you take a walk?
Look up, speak nicely
, and don't twiddle your fingers all the time.
He says the most horrid things about women's suffrage so nicely
, and when I said I believed in equality he just folded his arms and gave me such a setting down as I've never had.