Rachel


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(Old Testament) the second wife of Jacob and mother of Joseph and Benjamin

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said Rachel, coming up, and taking the great, white, fat fellow in her arms, "how good he looks, and how he does grow
The peaches, moreover, in obedience to a few gentle whispers from Rachel, were soon deposited, by the same hand, in a stew-pan over the fire.
I will go in tomorrow, and do any cleaning there may be, and look over the mending," said Rachel.
John can come in here to his meals, if thee needs to stay all day," suggested Rachel.
Rachel rapped smartly at the kitchen door and stepped in when bidden to do so.
Rachel was getting fairly dizzy with this unusual mystery about quiet, unmysterious Green Gables.
Rachel, in spite of--or perhaps because of--their dissimilarity.
Rachel up; she had known that the sight of Matthew jaunting off so unaccountably would be too much for her neighbor's curiosity.
I have now brought you acquainted with Miss Rachel, which you will find puts us face to face, next, with the question of that young lady's matrimonial views.
Miss Rachel has led you off on a false scent, my dear," I replied; "but MY nose is not so easily mystified.
He slept so badly, after this effort of self-denial, for want of the composing effect of the tobacco to which he was used, and came down morning after morning looking so haggard and worn, that Miss Rachel herself begged him to take to his cigars again.
Every morning--as Penelope herself owned to me-- there was the man whom the women couldn't do without, looking on, in effigy, while Miss Rachel was having her hair combed.
His heart's a piece of old shoe leather," Rachel declared, dropping the fish.
Oh, no--of course she wouldn't," said Rachel with a sigh.
Pepper was a bore; Rachel was an unlicked girl, no doubt prolific of confidences, the very first of which would be: "You see, I don't get on with my father.